Saturday, January 20, 2007
If you've ever wanted to send David Feherty a question or comment, here's your chance! David is putting down his mike to answer your E-mails in his mailbag column for GOLFONLINE.

Click here to send him your best question or comment. (Note: Letters may be edited for clarity and length).

Dear David,
I have recently noticed a few players on the tour wearing very nice shirts that don't have collars. I'm sure you are aware that some country clubs require all players to wear shirts with collars. I have also heard Greg Norman, 10 or 15 years ago, putting a dig into the PGA for not allowing the players to wear shorts especially during very hot weather. What are your thoughts on the dress code, and its evolvement on the PGA Tour.
Bill Greene, Mechanicsburg, PA

Dear David,
I am in a dilemma (or am I having a dilemma, which would be a dilemma in and of itself). Having a name that sounds similar to your's, especially when spoken by your television co-horts, I feel compelled to voice my opinion during golf broadcasts. The problem is the only one who will listen to me is the dog. How do I get him to stop howling?
—David Heraty, Chicago, IL

  1. Teach the dog to talk. He may be howling because your observations are idiotic and that's just his way of communicating his disagreement with you. Or alternatively, the pitch of your voice may simply be too high for humans to hear.
  2. Get other dogs in the neighborhood to listen to you as well. If they all start howling, it's your problem, not theirs.
  3. Stop talking during golf broadcasts. I am a paid professional, after all.
  4. Change your name to McCord. The dogs will still howl but they'll be joined by the "Village People."

I purchased a new set of irons last spring—boy is new technology great! Unfortunately, I'm in snow up over my knickers and it's time to store them away. "The One Who Must Be Obeyed" is convinced that regular exposure of the clubs and bag to golf course pesticides and weed killers is not a healthy thing in the house. Personally, I would like to keep the clubs in the bedroom and HER in the garage! Oh Well, what about the clubs.
Gregg K., Parma, Ohio

Hello David,
Considering the vast amount of money you get paid for sharing your profound and entertaining thoughts on golf, written or verbal, I've been wondering if you've ever kissed the Blarney Stone?
Serge, Saguenay, Quebec

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