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 have a daily calendar of "Amazing But True Golf Facts" on my desk at work. Interestingly enough, the entry for 11/25/04 (Thanksgiving) reads as follows: "The Turkish Tourism Office touts 'the cradle of civilization's exotic luxury golf' being offered at affordable prices. One of the courses is a David Feherty design and is set within view of biblical landmarks, ancient ruins, and historic shrines. Festival activities range from yachting to 'camel wrestling.' " After reading this tidbit, two questions came to mind:

1. Have you designed any courses here in the United States that may be a bit more accessible for us average folk?

2. How did you fare at camel wrestling?

I enjoy your work very much, both in broadcasting and in print. Thanks for the lighter side of golf.

-- Mike Welch, Bradford, Pennsylvania

I just finished reading your thoroughly enjoyable tome about the history of the Ryder Cup. The book was not only educational and entertaining, it added muscle tone each time I carried it from the coffee table to the bathroom. I did notice that counting the book's front and back coverleafs, as well as spine, your name appears no fewer than eight times. Is this what they mean by subliminal advertising? Keep up the great work.
-- Mark L., Houston, Texas

Who's this "Fat Person" to whom you dedicated your Ryder Cup book?
-- J. Bowen

Where do you hide your single malt while "walking the course" commenting on TV? You have so much gear on you look like the PGA marching band.

-- Bobby K., New York City

Some of our favorite golf celebrities post their schedules for the new year around this time, and I was wondering if you would/could post yours. Just wondering if your work/speaking/charity schedule will be bringing you to the greater Toronto area in 2005. All the best to you and yours for a happy, healthy, holiday season! BTW, any resolutions for the new year?
-- Rebecca Brydges

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