Wednesday, April 23, 2008
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).

Out of all the CBS golf announcers and analysts who is the worst golfer?
-- Kevin Holder, Riverdale, Georgia

I look forward to everything you write. I have two questions. First, my local library doesn't have a copy of your book. Could you look into that? Second, I was playing behind McCord in Vail, Colorado a few years ago. He and his partner hit big drives down the middle of the first fairway (obviously a downhill shot) and raced to their balls. While we waited for them to clear they pulled a 180, went flying past us and the starter and shouted they had forgotten the "gun for the gophers." Is this a McCord for "we left the bottle in the car"? Thanks for making it fun.
-- John Speranza, Colorado

I never did see the late Moe Norman in person, but I knew of him and heard many stories. Did you ever meet him or see him in action? If you did, could you share a story or two? Thanks.
-- Barrie Barrington

I just wanna say I originally disliked you. But after hearing you talk about Payne Stewart during your "lessons from the pros" on The Golf Channel, I saw you in a new light I was refusing to see you in before. You are a genuine person who's got a lot of class. Well, OK, no class, but you're pretty damn cool. Do you have any other good stories about Payne Stewart besides the one from the '91 Ryder Cup? Thanks, and oh, by the way, "Somewhere in Ireland ..." is fricking hilarious!
-- Andrew, Toronto, Ontario

I've imagined you and Lee Trevino in the booth together. Have you? Will you? I think the sky's the limit! Could you two inciteful, glib, energetic and extemporaneously humourous icons share center stage effectively?
-- Robert L. Robinson, Bountiful, Utah

As a 48-year-old golfer is it considered "girlie" to use hybrids, hacksticks, and fairway woods all the way up to a 7-iron? I carry no irons below the 7.
-- Jim Logemann, Phoenix Arizona

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