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).

Don't tell me you gave up drinking. That's like saying McCord has given up being a dork. And if you feel like defending him go watch Tin Cup. Anyway, every once in a while our group needs a 4th and most of the time it's a work buddy or somebody's brother-in-law. I know brothers-in-law are suppose to be annoying, but what's a good way to let somebody know their etiquette sucks without looking like a jerk and offending the real friend who brought the flag-dropping-while-I'm-putting-22 handicapper? I really enjoy all that you do... with golf.

Hugs and kisses,
Case in Denver

I'm sorry, I thought I just read that you stopped drinking. I must be drunk.
--Dean, Canada

My father is an avid golfer (avg. 72-74). He has played (and loved) Pebble Beach and St. Andrews. I want to send him on another trip - where would you suggest in the U.S. and abroad? Thank you!

Great job in the booth. I don't believe you and McCord don't play golf together. You both sound like pals and I'm sure you two are a hit in the 19th hole. What's your favorite golf course, playing or working? Thank you and much continued success.


Enjoy your on-course and off-course commentary, have done so since I took up golf (about 5 years) when I turned 55. My question is: Why do I see a lot of the pros wearing steel spikes when a great number of courses require SoftSpikes? Thanks for your time.
--Garry Fraser, Canada

I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoy your writing and TV work. I always go to the last page of GOLF MAGAZINE first. When you write about getting older it's always hilarious. Too bad it's true. You always seem to get it right. I spent my 50th birthday in Afghanistan on a deployment with the U. S. Army National Guard. I know, after 32 years, I'm getting too old for this s--t. Hopefully, this will be my last one. You have a lot of new fans over here because even the guys that don't know anything about real golf love to play Tiger Woods PGA Tour on their computers. I'm always telling them that those guys on there are real announcers on TV. I will be going home soon and I have been buying a lot of new golf equipment on line over here so I can still keep up with the young guys (too bad you can't buy a new body). My question is: How do I explain all this new stuff to my One Who Must Be Obeyed?
-- Rod, BAF, Afghanistan

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