When the top players have problems with their game they stay positive. Fergus would be ranked somewhere below the "top" bracket.
Fergus has been left home alone this weekend and, frankly, he's watched way too much television.
When considering a golf course a writer should remain objective no matter how badly he plays. Fergus tests the theory.
Unseasonal weather has affected everybody this summer. People's homes have been flooded, businesses ruined and the golf.....
Fergus' wife has barely seen him for the last week. The only way she can keep up with his movements is by reading this blog.
Top professionals thrive on pressure while the average amateur crumbles. Fergus used to dream of being a professional but only in a very amateur way.
Getting yourself into a winning position is pointless if you don't cross the finishing line first.
Fergus' primary ambition is to reduce his handicap. The problem is: the lower it goes the harder it is to play to.
It's pouring with rain and the course is absolutely soaked. But did it really have to close?
Understanding the views of eminent philosophers is difficult. Relating their theories to golf is even harder.
Fergus has just returned from playing in the Masters but he hasn't taken the long road home from Augusta.
The latest chance for Fergus to reduce his handicap is the Tennent Cup, but he's struggling with poor health.
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.