Fergus considers the strange recent weather and the dilemma of whether to say sorry when playing foursomes.
Whatever you think about Tiger, it's difficult not to enjoy watching him when he's playing at his sublime best.
The Bisset Family Quaich was contested last Friday at St Andrews. It was an example of why it pays to persevere.
It's hard for top golfers in powerful positions to show restraint. Darren Clarke is trying to, Tiger Woods is struggling.
Andrew Coltart's retirement from competitive golf has made Fergus consider the fickle nature of the professional game.
Fergus is determined to play some better golf in 2012 but how is he going to do it?
After a glittering 2011 for golfers from the UK, what might 2012 hold in store? A Major for Luke? The return of Tiger perhaps?
Few players have a more diverse golfing experience than Scotland's Paul Lawrie, as Fergus explains here.
Christmas is nearly upon us and Fergus is desperately trying to think of a way to make it bearable.
Fergus considers the plight of those just missing out on European Tour playing rights for 2012. Is it as bad as it seems?
Fergus considers the fine margins at the pinnacle of the sport and how a single performance can forge a career.
Slow play is a problem at every level of the game. Here, Fergus outlines some basic guidelines for the dawdlers.
Fergus considers the treadmill of the professional tours, and of his own golfing schedule.
Practice doesn't make perfect. It makes permanent. Only perfect practice makes perfect.
After enjoying a visit to Royal Aberdeen Fergus considers the upcoming Walker Cup.
Fergus travelled to Gleneagles this week to see how the Centenary Course is shaping up with three years to go before it hosts the Ryder Cup.
Fergus considers the pressure of Open Qualifying, and of playing in his Club Championship.
Fergus considers McIlroy's US Open victory and what it means for the balance of power in world golf.
With the US Open looming, Fergus has been trying to explain to his wife why all golf is important.
All men have a competitive streak and Fergus' runs deeper than most.