Fergus Bisset

Contributing Editor

Fergus Bisset: Golfing prime

Robert Karlsson struck a blow for the more mature golfer this week, Fergus is taking inspiration.

Soren Kjeldsen wins the last ever Volvo Masters at Valderrama from Martin Kaymer and Anthony Wall while Robert Karlsson becomes the first Swede to lift the European Tour Order of…

Fergus Bisset: Mood swings

Golf is a psychological battle and Fergus always seems to be on the losing side.

Sergio Garcia wins the Castelló Masters by three shots over Peter Hedblom for his first European Tour victory since 2005.

Panmure is a classic links with sand dunes and gorse, pot bunkers, run-offs and swales. Ben Hogan prepared for the 1953 Open at Panmure, and you'll appreciate why

Montrose Medal course has a fascinating history. It’s a thinker’s course, where placement from the tee and careful consideration of pin positions is critical.

From short, driveable par 4s like the picturesque 3rd, to 450-yard monsters like the sweeping 5th, Cruden Bay has a wonderful variety of holes to make your round truly memorable

The Blairgowrie Rosemount course requires great accuracy. A peaceful setting, excellent clubhouse and attractive lay-out makes this track well worth a visit

Saunton West course offers a great variety of holes skirting, climbing and crossing sand dunes over rolling fairways to well-protected greens. A warm welcome is guaranteed

Formby is unique in that, despite its close proximity to the coast, it can feel like an inland track, but this special blend is what helps make it a must-play

Sunningdale New has been shaped by Harry Colt and features some wonderful par 3s that make for a stern test

Carnoustie hosted Padraig Harrington’s thrilling Open Championship victory in 2007. It's hard to think of a sterner – or fairer – test of golf in the British Isles

Marc Turnesa has won his first PGA Tour title with victory in the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open

Alvaro Quiros of Spain wins the Portugal Masters in Villamoura with Paul Lawrie second and Robert Karlsson tied third.

Two Scots have been crowned International Pairs World Champions after the original winners were stripped of their title.