Lee Westwood was addressing a birdie putt on the ninth green when a child starting crying in the packed stand just behind him.
It seemed like everyone on and around the putting surface looked up, or squirmed.
The Englishman didn't even flinch as he rolled in a fifth birdie of his second round en route to briefly taking a share of the lead at the British Open on Friday.
Westwood's woes on the greens have been the main reason why he remains without a major at the age of 40. But moving to the United States - and hiring former Open champion Ian Baker-Finch as his putting coach - has resulted in his major weakness being rectified.