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.
Golf blog by David Millar who embarked on a journey to play the four golf courses on the four most extreme compass points of mainland Great Britain - discovering Durness,…
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.
Ross Biddiscombe reports on a charge by the Americans on Day 2 of Qualifying school stage 1, but reveals how playing well this early on will not guarantee you a…
One week after arriving home disappointed from Walker Cup defeat, six of the GB & I team rolled up at The Oxfordshire for European Tour Q School on Tuesday.
Golf Blog: When Golf Monthly sub editor Tom Clarke went away with his cricket club's society for their annual golf weekend, they bumped into a former Premiership football team, had…
Golf blog from Martin Bedbrough who looks back at the 2009 season both on a personal front and on Tour where four surprise Major winners emerged
A bit confused about the PGA Tour's FedExCup, well sit back and read the bare facts about one of the most lucrative tournaments in the whole of sport
Scottish sports fans have had a tough week but Fergus is hoping for better things from the golfers.
Our man at Merion, Alistair Tait, a senior writer for GolfWeek and former Golf Monthly deputy editor, blogs and previews the 42nd Walker Cup.
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.
Just who would you like to see in the Big Brother House from the world of golf?
Usain Bolt and Tiger Woods are the best in the world at their respective sports but their attitudes couldn't be more different.
Darts legend John Lowe talks about his love of golf. Used to shooting high numbers on the darts board, Lowe has found golf to have more than just a few…
Golf blog on Chris Wood who made the cut at the USPGA, only to tail off badly. The Major experience in the States should serve Wood well, as explained by…
After reading a book about the Eiger, Fergus wonders if there are any similarities between death-defying alpinism and golf.