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).

I thoroughly enjoy your on-course coverage, and your segment on TGC's Playing Lessons with the Pros at Whistling Straits is one of my favorites. My question: what do you have to do to get the club selection from the caddies during your telecasts? Thanks for making golf coverage fun.
-- Gary M.


I've been reading GOLF MAGAZINE for a few years now and it never fails. Each time finish the last page I say to myself, "gee, I could use more of that." That's when I noticed the web address at the bottom of the page (being from Canada and perhaps somewhat slow due to low temperatures). I ran to my "PUTER" and I began to surf. I read all that you had to offer in one sitting and as soon as the temp. rises above -20 degrees, I'm off to the mall to get your book. My question: Why, when I'm playing "Tiger Woods 2005" do you tell me that the break to the cup is "starboard" when in fact it's to the left? Hmmm, perhaps I should stop listening to you. Keep up the great work.
-- David "Swingcat" Pastuck, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

I am in the military, stationed in Turkey. I won the last two events at National ... nice course. I'm originally from Dallas and miss Texas terribly. Once I retire I want to be around the game -- caddie, course management, whatever. How does one position himself to caddie for a living? I suspect it's an inside connection of some sort. Just want your thoughts. Thanks.
-- T-Bone

p.s. Village Idiot is a masterpiece!!!

Hi David, you're doing a fine job. Enjoy your wit immensely. I have a cultural question about the Irish. I saw "The Boondock Saints" movie the other day and a few days later a documentary on James Joyce; are all Irish supposed to be nuts?
-- Serge, Quebec, Canada

Did you know my dad, Norman Sutton, a fixture on the old British PGA circuit?

Regards and keep up the good work.

-- Ken Sutton, Cobourg, Ontario, Canada

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