The weather is hampering golf in the north east so Fergus is directing his obsession for sport elsewhere.
Fergus considers the Ryder Cup captaincy and what might have been at Buckpool on Wednesday.
Golf can be a cruel taskmaster - one little mistake and it'll come down on you like a ton of bricks.
Fergus has had definitive and reassuring proof there are many people out there just as obsessed by golf as him.
The most important golfing prize of 2008 is yet to be awarded and Fergus is one of only three men who could take the title.
Cold weather and snow have had Fergus confined to barracks all week and he's beginning to lose his grip.
The World Cup has been snubbed by many of the top players, it's time for a change to the format.
Fergus displays some rare optimism while examining Scotland's prospects in the elite game.
Fergus generally swims against the current of technological advance, is he turning downstream?
Robert Karlsson struck a blow for the more mature golfer this week, Fergus is taking inspiration.
Golf is a psychological battle and Fergus always seems to be on the losing side.
While watching a film classic Fergus mind wanders off in a very strange direction.
As the world heads into recession Fergus finds some strange parallels between the global economy and his golf game.
Fergus competed in the Scottish Alliance Championship this week and it was nearly the end of him.
Fergus realises his conscious thinking isn't quite as diverse as it might be.
Fergus begins his 08/09 Alliance campaign but his preparation has not been ideal.
Fergus always manages to find something to feel stressed about. This week it?s nuclear physics and bending down.
Fergus is showing some uncharacteristic optimism this week, there must be something funny in the water.
Fergus has been playing poor golf recently and doesn't want to write about it anymore. So he's come up with this instead.
It's been a week of terrible weather across the country and, according to the Met Office, things aren't likely to get much better.