The harsh winter has left many of Britain's winter golfers without purpose or direction. It's a challenging time.
After almost a month, Fergus was finally able to get back on a golf course yesterday. Conditions weren't exactly perfect but beggars can't be choosers.
Fergus has been snowed in for over a week and hasn't played golf for nearly a month. He's on the verge of losing the plot completely.
Fergus is planning a golf-free Christmas. It may be difficult to achieve.
Fergus puts in a solid Alliance performance but he's nowhere near the winner. There are just too many good players these days.
The Alliance was cancelled again yesterday and Fergus' mind has begun wandering aimlessly and dangerously.
Fergus played in his first Association of Golf Writers Championship this week. It was an enjoyable, if unsuccessful, debut.
A Texas Scramble provides the opportunity for super-low scoring, but not if none of your team can putt.
This week Fergus considers the terrifyingly precarious nature of his golf game.
Poor weather has caused this week's Alliance to be cancelled. Fergus is at a loss.
Debates have been raging over the announcement of golf's inclusion in the 2016 Olympics, Fergus has decided to jump on the bandwagon.
The day it was announced Tiger had become sport's first billionaire, Fergus was battling for the £100 first prize in the Alliance.
Fergus has just returned from playing in the Tuesday Championship where poor golf and general hilarity were the orders of the day.
Scottish sports fans have had a tough week but Fergus is hoping for better things from the golfers.
Fergus recalls the long hot summers of his youth and wonders if we'll ever see the sun again.
Fergus is struggling with his game but has no end of ideas about how he might fix it.
Usain Bolt and Tiger Woods are the best in the world at their respective sports but their attitudes couldn't be more different.
After reading a book about the Eiger, Fergus wonders if there are any similarities between death-defying alpinism and golf.
This week Fergus considers an imminent arrival and its potential impact on his exact handicap.
A district junior match was played at Fergus' club yesterday and it led him to consider the elite amateur game.