Fred Hawkins and wife Valerie go through that recurrent chore of the nomadic life: unpacking the rear seat and the trunk of an overstuffed car.
You can never tell from his demeanor whether affable Mike Souchak has just come in from burning up the course or just weathered a bad round.
Down the fairway, enveloped in concentration, walks Ed Furgol, the old campaigner who has stayed on the tour despite an injured right arm.
If there is anyone who epitomizes the tour, it is Jimmy Demaret, as young today as in 1901 when he first made the circuit with Bret Harte.
Focus of a typical autograph session is Dow Finsterwald, the young man from Ohio, who finished in the money in 72 consecutive tournaments.
At top, a.m.: Don Cherry listens to Tommy Bolt. At bottom, p.m.: Bolt listens to Cherry, who heads floor show at plush Phoenix nightclub.