In a stretch of sandy wasteland, Hisham Sadowi, 12, smacks a tee shot across a makeshift golf course in Benghazi, Libya.
On this course with no grass, local rules allowed him to place the ball on a little square of artificial turf he carries around.
Hisham dreams of becoming a professional golfer, and he stops briefly to speak to us. We asked him who his favorite golfer is.
"Tiger Woods," he exclaims.