This year's Ryder Cup at Celtic Manor was one that will live in the minds of golf fans around the world for many years to come.
For the first time in history the event was forced to extend into a fourth day of competition due to weather delays.
There were worries that the extension would mean smaller crowds for the Singles matches as many would return to work or catch a flight home.
However, it proved not to be the case as the crowds were out in fine voice as they had been all week.
Here I have put together the top 10 funniest moments and chants courtesy of the boisterous, but ultimately respectful crowds.
This was the staple chant among home fans all week.
In true English football crowd style, the simpler, the better! Everyone was able to join in with this one, meaning that everytime a European player came up with the goods, the chants of "Euuuuurope! Euuuuurope!" broke out and made for a superb atmosphere.
If you paid close attention, you could even see the players joining in with this one as they went, most notably Graeme McDowell and Ian Poulter during the victory celebrations on Monday.
This was heard in the build up to the singles matchup between Jim Furyk and Luke Donald on Monday morning.
As the two players stood on the first tee waiting for a gap in the fog, Furyk attempted to peer through the mist before consulting his course planner. It was at this point that there came a cry from the gallery:
"It's still down there Jim!"
Despite his efforts, Furyk was unable to keep a straight face and gave a smiling thumbs up to the responsible party.
There was more to come for Furyk as another cry came out of, "Lend us a tenner Jim?" A reference to his recent $10 million FedEx Cup bonus.
Furyk took the banter in extremely high spirits.
Another much-used chant over the weekend was in appreciation of the in-form Luke Donald.
The match-play genius was in fine form this week and is now 3-for-3 in Ryder Cup team play (Donald missed out in 2008 due to injury).
In his three appearances Donald has played in 10 matches, amassing 8.5 points overall. A stunning record, with his only loss coming this year when he partnered Padraig Harrington on Friday.
The crowds showed their appreciation for Donald with cries of "Luuuuuuuuuuuuuke," which at first sound like a chorus of boos, leading to a wry chuckle every time.
One thing this year's Ryder Cup will certainly be remembered for is the bad weather, but trust European fans—particularly the British ones—to embrace the rain.
Enjoying some friendly weather with their American counterparts, the Europeans sang, "You're only here for the weather" with a somewhat ironic tone.
Always good for a laugh!
Rickie Fowler proved to be an inspirational choice by Corey Pavin as he dragged the USA back into contention with a superb four-birdie finish to steal a half against Edoardo Molinari in Monday's singles.
He may have been on fire, but that didn't stop the Zac Efron look-a-like getting a bit of friendly ribbing from the gallery.
At one point on Sunday, as Fowler greeted the crowd, a voice was heard above the rest.
"It’s Monday morning Rickie, you should be in double-maths!"
The youngster could not help but crack a smile!
Big hitting Bubba Watson makes it into the top five courtesy of this amusing chant.
We're all familiar with the film Happy Gilmore in which Adam Sandler plays a ice hockey failure turned pro golfer, with an unorthodox swing but the ability to hit the ball a country mile.
Now take away the hockey bit and you've got Bubba Watson to a tee.
Sometimes you wonder how he manages to hit the ball at all, but he does...and a long way! This led to the inevitable chant of:
"There's only ONE Happy Gilmore! One Happy Gillllmoooooorrrrrreeee!"
Bubba was very appreciative!
"You've got your Big Mac, But we've got our Little Mac!"
There was quite a long wait on the tee before the start of the singles match between McIlroy and Cink as they waited for a gap in the dense fog, which gave the gallery plenty of time to come up with a stonking song.
It wasn't long before a loan voice chanting this amusing McDonald's reference became the entire stand! Simple yet effective, and brought a laugh from both Cink and McIlroy down on the tee.
For the first time in the history of the event, Europe fielded two brothers in the same team and so inevitably, the duo—the reigning World Cup Champions—were paired together on both Saturday and Sunday.
As they approached the first tee for their first ever Ryder Cup match together, a raucous crowd belted out this variation on the classic football chant:
"There's only TWO Molinaris! TWO Molinarrrriiiiiisssss!"
Another example of how the simple once are always the best and good for a chuckle, giving it a place in the top three.
Stewart Cink makes his second appearance in the topfive5 of this list, but he wasn't as receptive to this one as he had been to the previous attempt by the gallery.
As he discussed tactics for the opening hole with his caddy on Monday morning, a lone voice cried out:
"He's got more than hair than you!"
The whole stand was in fits of laughter, along with the bushy haired McIlroy before joining in for a chorus of the chant.
Cink carried on stone-faced, although I'd like to think he was in the zone for the shot rather than offended by their words.
This was one of the most used chants during the week and never got old.
On the first tee of every match in the singles and a number of matches over the weekend, the crowds greeted practice swings with chants of:
The "oooo" being used on the back swing with the "WAYYY" greeting the subsequent downswing.
Another simple, yet effective way of creating an atmosphere on the first tee and everytime it drew laughter from crowds, officials, caddies, and players alike.
The reason this makes it to number one on my list is because the players not only embraced the chant, but they played along.
My favourite moment? When Jim Furyk was preparing for his opening drive against Luke Donald, and after a number of repetitions of "oooooo WAYYY....ooooo WAYYYY" Furyk choose to pause at the start of his downswing, catching the entire gallery off guard.
The result was widespread laughter and a round of applause for Furyk. This spirit is what makes the Ryder Cup great.
I did want to just acknowledge two moments that didn't quite make my top ten, but still deserve a bit of a quick mention.
At one point on Saturday, I can't quite remember who was playing but it was an American and it was on the 17th hole! But as the ball was struck, rather than the usual cry of "GET IN THE HOLE" some amusing American fan chose to shout "MASH POTATO". I like to think this was his own of showing how ridiculous shouting Get in the Hole is and decided to say something equally as pointless. Mr American, I salute you.
Another moment deserving a mention was one slightly creepy individual.
When Tiger Woods hit his tee shot on the 13th hole against Westwood and Donald on Sunday there were the usual shouts of "Woo" and "Get in the hole" but then something a bit weird. Someone was heard above the crowd saying "Tiger you're my hero" in quite a creepy mumbled, almost stalkerish tone.