Vaughn Taylor hit a final-round 65 to win the Pebble Beach Pro-Am, securing his first PGA Tour victory for 11 years. A lot has changed since 39-year-old Vaughn Taylor's last win, which came at the Reno-Tahoe Open in August 2005. The last time Vaughn Taylor won a PGA Tour event...
Jordan Spieth was 11 years old
And he'd only just turned 11. In the time it's taken Taylor to secure his third PGA Tour victory, Jordan Spieth has gone through puberty, turned professional, won nine professional events, including two majors, ascended to world number one, and earnt north of £30 million.
Tiger Woods was number one in the world
Today, he's 444th, only three ahead of Vaugh Taylor's world ranking of 447 before the start of the Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Oh, Tiger.
People were shopping in Safeway
It was bought by Morrisons in 2004, with Safeway stores disappearing by late 2005.
Michael Howard was leader of the Conservative Party
He was replaced by some posh bloke called David Cameron in late 2005.
Same-sex couples weren't recognised by the law
The Civil Partnership Act 2004 came into effect in December 2005, granting-same sex couples similar legal rights to married heterosexual couples.
Sven-Göran Eriksson was England manager
The quarter-final-and-out specialist would eventually depart after England's defeat to Portugal, in which Wayne Rooney was sent off and Cristiano Ronaldo did an annoying wink.
Grandstand was on TV
First broadcast in 1958, it would disappear from our screens in 2007.
Arsenal were playing at Highbury
They moved to the Emirates Stadium in 2006. Highbury is now some really expensive flats.
Pierce Brosnan was James Bond
Thank god it's not 2004 anymore.