Neil and Fergus have just returned from watching the opening shots of the 37th Ryder Cup.
The Ryder Cup is now just hours away and the two captain's have announced their opening pairings
Neil takes a close look at the Englishamn's press conference and opening ceremony speech and finds him in amusing form.
Sir Terry Matthews, owner of The Celtic Manor Resort, talks to Fergus Bisset about the 2010 Ryder Cup.
Neil Tappin investigates how the US team and their fans are gearing up for this year's Ryder Cup
Bill looks ahead to the start of competition and reflects on last night's gala dinner.
The PGA of America, on behalf of the US Ryder Cup Team, have made donations to charity amounting to $2.6million.
Fergus and Neil find out something exciting about tomorrow morning's foursomes.
Neil and Fergus get their first look at Valhalla and they like what they see.
JB Holmes, the American rookie, stunned the Valhalla crowds with his power hitting
Graeme McDowell says the European team is feeding off Nick Faldo's wisdom in preparation for the Ryder Cup.
Nick Faldo was pictured holding a piece of paper on which he had listed initials in pairings but played down its significance
Fergus has far too much time to consider not very much on his flight to Detroit
Neil and Fergus set off from Blighty and they've already made some important findings
Neil and Fergus take to the course with camera in hand to capture some of the behind the scenes sights at Valhalla
Images of some of the action and events in the days leading up to the start of the Ryder Cup.
Paul Azinger stresses that the European team are favourites for the Ryder Cup
Tiger Woods will not attend the Ryder Cup at Valhalla this week but pledges to help the US team wherever he can.
After enduring his usual travel woes en route to major golf events, Bill Elliott is finally installed in the media centre as the ground crews clear up after Hurricane Ike
European Ryder Cup hero Seve Ballesteros thinks Europe will win in Valhalla but believes it will be a close-run contest