Although he has to endure it on a frequent basis, Fergus hates losing. This week he examines the old dilemma, should you try to beat your boss?
Golf through the Aberdeenshire winter can be a touch on the chilly side. Perhaps Fergus has identified a solution to this meteorological challenge.
No golf makes Fergus a very cross boy. This week he's going through a punishing golfing de-tox and the side-effects are starting to kick in.
Even the greatest golfers have bad days. Bad doesn't really cover this one, try catastrophic.
Not only does Fergus have to contend with adverse weather conditions but he's also locked in an eternal struggle with his arch-enemy: Lady Luck.
The best gamblers know when to avoid placing a bet and when to go all in. Let's hope Fergus never visits Las Vegas.
The gritty golfer never admits defeat. We will fight them on the greens, we will fight them in the bunkers. We will never surrender.
You take the high road and I'll take the low road and I'll be making double bogeys at East Aberdeenshire afore ye.
Firing off line into the forest tends to result in lost shots. It's pretty annoying when your playing partner seems to thrive on such woodland sojourns.
A new winter season, a new hope. The levels of blind optimism displayed by Fergus never fail to astonish. Will he be brought down to earth?
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