Finally, miraculously, we may have arrived at the day when the 109th US Open will be decided.
Then again, we might not. If the rain that has plagued the tournament throughout the week holds off, the fourth round, and even an 18-hole play-off should it be needed, will be completed today at Bethpage.
But where's the trophy going? Ricky Barnes had a six-shot lead after eight holes of his third round on Sunday, but that was back to one at the start of round four. And a bogey at the 1st dropped him back to seven under alongside Lucas Glover.
Is this a sign of things to come? Will Barnes slip away, leaving Glover to stride onwards with his five-shot lead?
Or will Phil Mickelson lead the chasing pack back into the fray and turn the fifth day of the US Open into a right, royal thriller?
There's even just a hint, ridiculous as it sounded when he was 14 adrift on Sunday, that Tiger Woods's late birdie to get to level par just before play was suspended means the defending champion sniffs a remarkable victory.
And what of Ross Fisher? A first British winner since Tony Jacklin in 1970 anyone?
All will be revealed in the next few hours. So who's it going to be?