Golf On The Edge author, Ross Biddiscombe, takes a look at the return to form of one of England's brightest young stars, Ollie Fisher

The pick of the spring golfing lots is offered by Graham Budd Auctions (020 8366 2525) on May 12 at Sotheby's, New Bond Street, London

Fergus Bisset: Golfing politics

Barack Obama has played golf 32 times since his inauguration as US president. When was the last time Gordon Brown took to the links?

Lucky 13

"Did you see THAT shot at the Masters last Sunday?" I must have been asked this well over 20 times from friends and colleagues over the past four days

Why does it always rain on me?

After turning up at the wrong terminal at the wrong time, surely a trip to the Algarve would only improve? Wrong. But after a drink with a clubmaker things do…

Golf Monthly blogger Phil Churchill argues the case for scrapping a certain rule, specifically Rule 4.4 - no more than 14 clubs. What if we were allowed a few more?

Fergus Bisset: A poor start

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.

Keen young golfer Benjamin Stelzer lets us in on a few of his secrets on how to keep your game in shape without leaving your home

The first official handicap

Dominic Instone has his first official handicap but soon discovers, as some of us will appreciate, that playing too well the first time out can lead to a few frowns…

Golf blogger Benjamin Stelzer on the problems he faced when buying new golf clubs and making the change from junior to men's irons

Fergus Bisset: An exhibition

As snow continues to disrupt, Fergus travels to the European Golf and Leisure Show in Aberdeen to get his golfing fix.

Golf blog from Phil Churchill who is wondering why most golfers seemingly have a uniform disregard for engineers

Keen, young golfer Benjamin Stelzer blogs on the effects that a recent skiing trip had on his golf game

Fergus Bisset: Good sport

Fergus is left irritated by a newspaper article and feels compelled to retaliate.

Bill Elliott blogs his views on the rise of golf in Asia and specifically Korea, and wonders whether all those involved are enjoying the game as much as they should…

Fergus Bisset: Dealing with distractions

Off-course distractions are bound to have an affect on your game. After Wednesday's Alliance Fergus wonders if they can be channeled positively.

With the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship producing some great ties, golf blogger Andrew Akesson calls for more of the same