Fascinating history, a spectacular array of golf courses and generous amounts of whisky: Dundee is the city of Discovery.
The sun is shining and the weather is sweet. The playing conditions are surely perfect, but golfers are a fickle breed.
Banchory Golf Club's 2007 season gets underway with the April Medal. Fergus has ambitious aims for the year, can he get off to a flier?
The first Major of the season gets underway but Fergus has had some issues with his preparation.
Playing golf in the summer is great: the full course, leaves on the trees and a warm sun. The only thing is that everyone is of the same opinion.
The Alliance season is coming to a close, but there's one final meeting. Fergus is keen to do a Jon Bon Jovi and go out in a blaze of glory.
Golf Monthly’s contributing editor Fergus Bisset has had a week away from his beloved Alliance – but with good reason. He headed off to play with former Open champion (and…
It's always tough to bounce back from a poor performance but, around a familiar track in good conditions, Fergus has a good chance.
Fergus digs deep to take something positive from a miserable Alliance showing.
I'm golfing in the rain, just golfing in the rain. What a soggy old feeling, I'm three-putting again.
There are few sports more psychologically demanding than golf. When you reach the lowest ebb the outlook is bleak.
Fergus has been pretty lucky with the weather so far this winter. But all good things must come to an end.
Fergus meets the GB Special Olympics Golf Team and is taught that thorough and careful preparation could improve his game.
Trying to outfox the Scottish weather is like trying to play a mind trick on Derren Brown. You'll never succeed and will probably end up looking foolish.
After a successful outing last week Fergus is confident he's unlocked the secret to golf. If only it were that simple.
Contending with the January weather, nigh on impossible navigation and the threat of terrorism, playing good golf is seriously challenging.
The Alliance re-starts after the winter break. Conditions are not ideal but Fergus is feeling inspired. Can he get off to a flier in 2007?
Having a baby is hard. It's traumatic and emotional but hugely rewarding. What has Fergus learned from the whole experience?
One significant trophy is still up for grabs in 2006. The competitors have spent a full year preparing and the coveted title is sure to be hotly contested.
There are no more Alliance competitions in 2006 so Fergus has had some time to reflect on a few wider life-issues and a significant imminent event.