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.
Fergus is briefly concerned by the vagaries of time, but then he gets over it.
Poor health has pros and cons for the golf obsessive - It stops you getting out on course but it grants freedom to watch endless tournament coverage on the telly.
Fergus is trying to understand why he's playing so badly. He's starting to get it.
Fergus identifies some uncanny similarities between himself and the 14-time Major winner.
Fergus Bisset is in Augusta for the US Masters. Here he keeps us up to date with his experiences at the year's first Major.
After a horror start to the 2011 season, Fergus is hoping for better things at Peterhead.
Yesterday Fergus returned to the links for the first time in six weeks. What sort of state would his game be in?
Christmas is a season of good will and hearty cheer. Well, only if you're allowed to speak about golf.
Fergus' last round was more than a week ago and he's starting to go a little stir crazy.
Amateur golfers often struggle to hold on to a score after a good start. Fergus can't even make a good start.
As the weather turns, Fergus considers what the winter golfer should be able to expect.
There was sad news as competitors arrived for yesterday's Alliance meeting at Ballater Golf Club.
Wednesday's Alliance meeting at Turriff exposed Fergus' split golfing personality. It wasn't a pretty sight.
Fergus has travelled to Japan to see the Asian Amateur Championship. Here he keeps us updated with progress.
Fergus is struggling to get his golfing fix this week and is beginning to get frustrated.
Last week Fergus competed in the Tuesday Championship where he was literally and metaphorically blown away.
This week, The Belfry played host to the golf writers Home International matches. The courses were superb, the golf less so.