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.
This week, Fergus faces up to the reality that his game is not in such rude health as he'd led himself to believe.
Fergus wonders why modern TV golf commentary seems to follow the rule - why say in three words what you can say in 20?
Fergus has been in Spain, testing his conviction that you can't play golf in shorts to the limit.
Golf giveth and taketh away. Last weekend, Golf tooketh just about all Fergus had.
Fergus is just back from St Andrews. He wasn't supposed to be playing golf but somehow found the time to hit some balls.
Fergus scored a hole-in-one last Saturday but he's not quite as delighted as you might expect.
Fergus had resigned himself to buying a new putter. But, in the boot of his car, an amazing transformation is occurring.
Fergus considers another solid Medal round and whether his handicap is correct.
Fergus is struggling on the greens and he knows what the problem is. But, will he do anything about it?
If you keep expectations low then you'll seldom be disappointed. If only Fergus could apply the philosophy to golf.
Fergus remembers the "glory days" of The Masters and wonders if this year they might return.
It's two weeks since Fergus last blogged. He's been playing too much golf to find time to write about it.
There are many reasons to celebrate the start of a new season, but there are others to lament it.
It's a story of "so near, yet so far" for Fergus in the first round of the Alliance Championship.
Fergus is far too easily influenced by TV. This week MTV2 has inspired him to consider great golfing moments!
A disaster in the Alliance and a terrible result in the Accenture Matchplay test Fergus' mental resilience.
The snow has finally gone and Fergus can return to the links, but what will the weather-enforced layoff have done to his golf?
Currently Fergus' main problem is the endless winter, but he has some golfing issues to confront too.