It's nearly reached the time for Colin Montgomerie to name his three wild card picks for October's showdown, but who will get the nod and who will miss out on…

Fergus Bisset: An impressive track

Whistling Straits looked so good on TV last night that Fergus has pretty much decided upon the venue for his next golf holiday.

Fergus Bisset: How did I do?

Howdidido.co.uk provides a fascinating insight into your competitive golfing world but, sometimes, it’s not a pleasant view.

Regular golf blogger, Phil Churchill, does his best (and it's not easy) to explain the system that allows men and women not only play together, but also to compete within…

If time travel were possible, who out of history would you choose to play one round of golf with or what and when would you go back to witness?

Insight: Golf Monthly

Work Experience has been enjoyable over these past two weeks, nearly coming to a close I have been thinking about my time here

Golf’s Winning Streak

Our intrepid columnist will go anywhere when he is on the scent of a good story – so he is delighted to be sent on a job which he knows…

Fergus Bisset: A feast of golf

Fergus was feeling a little low about Scotland's non-participation in the World Cup, but he's found reason to be cheerful.

Phil Churchill looks at how the handicapping system creates a sense of controversy in the game of golf. The 'countback' rule perhaps prohibits amateur golf tournaments from being decided in…

Ross Biddiscombe spent the week at Wentworth where he watched, and now reflects on, one of the most suprising European Tour victories of recent times as Englishman Simon Khan won…

Fergus Bisset: Striving to under-perform

The subconscious brain prevents many golfers achieving to the level they think themselves capable. Would you believe Fergus is one of those golfers?

Golf Monthly blogger Phil Churchill discusses the ins and outs of the St Andrews rule book, and argues the case for universal free lifts from divot holes located in the…

Fergus Bisset: Good old Monty

Colin Montgomerie lost his temper again at the Spanish Open yesterday. Fergus can sympathise with the big Scot.