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).

At the aptitude testing foundation at which I work, we test for each client's eye dominance. I can remember once reading Jack Nicklaus write that it may be an advantage for a right-handed golfer to have a dominant left eye, and vice versa for a left-handed golfer. Any truth to this theory?
-- Rob Panasik, New York City

Your column is the best. It's the first thing I turn to when my magazine arrives and I split a gut every month. But I can't help but wonder, is there a reason why CBS doesn't let you talk more?
--David Whalen,Saginaw, MI

You still earn (insert laugh here) your living from golf (columns, books, head talking, interviewing, quest speaking etc.). If you were to insert your income into the yearly PGA tour money list, how pleased with your ranking would you be?
-- Geikie, Canada

I was recently downsized by a large financial services company and thought perhaps you could help me get a job as an on course golf reporter. With the popularity of reality shows I believe the golf viewing public would love an ordinary golfer type guy calling the action in a style that they could relate to. I would use insightful descriptions like "Holy crap, how did he do that?" and "The rough is really, really deep here." We could even film segments with me attempting to hit shots that the pros would be faced with during the week to see how an ordinary golfer type guy would do in the same situations. Hope to hear from you soon. Do you guys make much money?

P.S. I just finished "The History of the Ryder Cup". All I can think of is seeing one of the current pros, coming off the course after his round, going into the press tent and explaining that his play improved drastically after the turn, thanks to the "formidable turd" he released in the locker room. I've never laughed so hard in my life.
--Jim Severance, Richmond, VA

Having just witnessed your ads for Cobra I'm still impressed how you've managed to keep that wonderful Irish twang after all your time on the other side of the pond. However, I'm worried that your waistline has definitely gotten all "American." Do you still go walking the fairways for CBS? Because maybe you should try jogging them a little and lose the odd pound or two. Keep up the good work!
-- Garry Adam, Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

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