THIS is the moment an adorable baby alligator stopped play at the US PGA.
The pre-historic beast strolled across the fairway at the Kiawah Island resort in South Carolina, USA as Patrick Rada, Adam Long and Cameron Tringale all watched on.
Footage captured the alligator toddling across the players' paths on the sixth hole on Friday.
The trio were chuckling to themselves as the reptile held them up.
But they were able to resume play soon after the four-legged fiend had made his way to the other side of the fairway.
The course is famed for its abundance of alligators.
One of the ESPN commentators even described it as a 'wee gator compared to some of the big guys we've seen out here'.
Kiawah Island even offers an 'alligator adventure' where guests can travel across the resort with a naturalist guide to spot them in their natural habitat.
The resort says: "From tiny hatchlings to imposing adults, there are alligators in almost every pond on Kiawah."
Earlier this week Rory McIlroy smashed his ball into the 'alligator infested' waters as his PGA Championship got off to an awful start.
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McIlroy, 32, sliced the ball horribly right on the tenth hole at Kiawah Island, immediately looking in some bother.
And it got worse as the ball started to drop… into potentially alligator-infested waters.
Sky Sports' commentary exclaimed: "Goodness me, that's not ideal," before adding that there were "probably" alligators in the murky waters.
The Northern Irishman also had a close call in February when he lined up to take a putt just YARDS from 'a sleeping alligator' in Florida.
And in November last year terrified social media users marvelled at the size of an alligator that 'looked like Godzilla'.
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