Fergus attended the first round of the Dunhill Links and was reminded why he loves the game.
Fergus considers Henrik Stenson's monumental pay-day at the Tour Championship and its effect on the World Ranking.
Fergus reports on a golf ball fitting session with Bridgestone.
Fergus travelled to Castle Stuart yesterday for the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open media day.
Fergus wonders if it might be nice to occasionally read something positive about golf.
Fergus is just back from a golfing trip to Kenya. Here he gives us the lowdown.
Fergus travels to St Andrews to meet some icons of golf and to sip some iconic whisky.
Fergus isn't exactly enjoying playing golf at the moment, luckily he is enjoying watching it on TV and it's earning him a bit of cash on the side.
Last week Fergus escaped the grim British winter for a few days in the sun on the Algarve covering the Grand Final of the Volvo Matchplay Championship
Fergus welcomes the R&A and USGA's proposed "anchoring" rule change. He's a little late in writing about it but, hey, they were a little late in proposing it.
The new Bond film has caused Fergus to think about the terrifyingly precarious nature of his golf game
Fergus is outstanding at betting on golf with the benefit of hindsight. How is he without it?
The Ryder Cup victory may not solve the world's problems, but it certainly makes us feel better.
Fergus considers Paul Lawrie's return to the Ryder Cup 13 years after his last appearance at Brookline in 1999.
Fergus Bisset reports from the Association of Golf Writers' Home Internationals at Close House in Northumberland.
Fergus tries to learn something from Sky TV's documentary on British cycling, "Road to Glory."
Fergus vents his frustration against one element of the CONGU handicapping system.
After playing Trump International at yesterday's official opening, Fergus Bisset gives his verdict on a course that’s been touted by the owner as the best in the world.
What's in a number? Fergus considers the importance of his handicap to his general well-being.
Every golfer has a weakness in their game but it's hard to fix it when it keeps on changing.