Sir Terry Matthews on Ryder Cup's historic fourth day
4 October 2010 Last updated at 15:09 BST
Celtic Manor owner Sir Terry Matthews has described the Ryder Cup's first fourth day in its history as "a bit of all right".
It is the first time in 83 years that the tournament, played every two years, has ended on Monday.
Spectators with Sunday tickets have been allowed back into the venue near Newport, but some fans have already had to travel home.
Sir Terry told the BBC's Chris Hollins that it has made the event an extra special occasion.