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.
A slow internet connection has caused Fergus to question why he always sees the glass as half empty.
Whistling Straits looked so good on TV last night that Fergus has pretty much decided upon the venue for his next golf holiday.
Howdidido.co.uk provides a fascinating insight into your competitive golfing world but, sometimes, it’s not a pleasant view.
Beyond a certain level, putting is entirely mental. Fergus is looking to attain a higher state of consciousness.
A loss of internet connection has made Fergus consider the detriments of modern technology.
The club championship started this week at Banchory and Fergus has been trying too hard to do well.
Fergus took a leaf out of Robert Karlsson's book when preparing for a match at Sunningdale this week
Fergus was feeling a little low about Scotland's non-participation in the World Cup, but he's found reason to be cheerful.
The subconscious brain prevents many golfers achieving to the level they think themselves capable. Would you believe Fergus is one of those golfers?
Colin Montgomerie lost his temper again at the Spanish Open yesterday. Fergus can sympathise with the big Scot.
Barack Obama has played golf 32 times since his inauguration as US president. When was the last time Gordon Brown took to the links?
This week Fergus drove south to experience some of the golfing delights on offer in Angus
After a long winter, the 2010 golf season is finally underway but when you wait so long for something, it can fail to live up to expectations.
Fergus has covered some miles for golf this week and has absolutely no competitive success to show for it.
As snow continues to disrupt, Fergus travels to the European Golf and Leisure Show in Aberdeen to get his golfing fix.
Fergus is left irritated by a newspaper article and feels compelled to retaliate.
Off-course distractions are bound to have an affect on your game. After Wednesday's Alliance Fergus wonders if they can be channeled positively.
Fergus considers the difficulties being faced by Britain's golf clubs and offers some suggestions.