Consistency is a watchword for all elite golfers. Fergus watched the word carefully as it disappeared out of the window at considerable speed.
Fergus is struggling badly and has decided a total golfing de-tox may be the only solution. He's under no illusions about how tough it'll be.
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.
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.
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.
Some prefer to have a handicap they can easily play to, others like fighting tooth and nail to make buffer. Guess which camp Fergus falls into.
Winter golf in the United Arab Emirates is slightly different to the north east of Scotland. Fergus puts his bobble hat away and gets on a plane.
While sitting on a long chairlift in France Fergus has time to think far too hard about handicaps.
Tiger Woods keeps himself in perfect physical condition. Fergus is attempting to take a leaf out of the great man's book.
Fergus looks for inspiration from a failed betting strategy prior to the first Alliance outing of 2008. Yes, that's right: failed betting strategy.
After an extended break from serious golf, Fergus is keen to get started in 2008. But, the weather has other ideas.
As time continues its inexorable journey and 2007 becomes 2008, Fergus takes stock and thinks about the coming year.
It's been a memorable week for Fergus. He's been to the infamous Golf Monthly Christmas party and he's played one of the best golf shots of his life.
If Ebeneezer Scrooge had played golf he'd have had even more ammunition in his crusade against Christmas.
All by himself, he doesn't want to be, all by himself. Unfortunately Fergus's regular playing partners are away this week.
Apparently Travis were inspired by a particularly wet spell in the 1998 Alliance. The rain has also inspired Fergus to consider creating a piece of art.
Monsoon season hits Aberdeenshire and the Alliance is under threat. Can play go ahead despite the deluge?