Fergus has been out walking with no clubs. It was a strange experience but one that taught him something about golf.
Fergus considers the favourite for this week's US Open but allows his mind to stray dangergously onto his own chances of success this season.
The Kingdom of Fife brims over with golf courses, with more than 40 within the small region. From the world's most famous links to lesser-known inland gems, Fergus Bisset explores…
It's a momentous week for Fergus as he picks up his first Major title. It's a little confusing though because he's won it in Devon.
Culture, history and great golf mix easily on the Suffolk coast
This corner of Scotland is home to a wealth of famous links and lesser-known treasures
Stroll in the footsteps of the Bard and discover the courses of Warwickshire
Head to the Highlands for a great golf break
Three superb links tracks and much more besides on the North Devon Coast
Fergus has been struggling with his game in 2008 but a good round this week has given him a reason to believe.
Chipping should be straightforward, so why does it fill so many of us with a feeling of dread?
A trip to the Home of Golf, a grudge match against a fellow blogger and an investigation into orthotics. It's been a busy week.
Combine great golf with a history lesson
Scotland's North East provides an embarrassment of riches
Situated in the south of the Principality are three fine courses offering a fascinating mix of old and new
Flamboyant kitsch plus fine links golf in England's holiday capital
A Golfer's Tale of the must-play courses
England's second city and its surrounds are famous for Ryder Cups and great course designs
Wild and majestic links are perfectly offset by serene parkland tracks in this beautiful county
The Garden of England is home to a variety of great courses. Here we focus on two fine seaside classics and a tough 'inland links'