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.

Send your best question or comment to feherty@golf.com. (Note: Letters may be edited for clarity and length).


You are so young and still very talented. Why did you stop competing? I remember the '91 Ryder Cup matches. You were unstoppable.
-- Tobin Bogard, Newport Beach. Calif.

bearable,

Hey David, love your columns and wit on the TV broadcasts. You and McCord keep things in perspective. Can you give us an update on David Duval? Is this a clear case of how mental the game of golf is? I think that, in his short career, he has been very good for golf and is a great talent.

-- Dion Hannum, Alhambra, Calif.



Would you ever consider coming back to the UK and working for the BBC? You seem like the natural successor to Peter Allis, talking about anything but golf at times but in a very entertaining way.
-- Lars Salmon, London





My father is a big golf fan and loves to play the game. We used to play every weekend until he was diagnosed with cancer and had to go through treatment. Could you please send him something to cheer him up? thank you very much.
-- Andy, Atlanta

You. You



My question may be a little odd, but here goes. Have you, or any tour pros that you may know, ever attended a Grateful Dead concert or listened to their music while out on Tour? I guess my question is this -- is there such a thing as a PGA Tour pro who's a Deadhead? I do know Michael Allen, and I'm pretty sure that he grew up on Jerry Garcia.

-- Gary Rotter, Scottsdale, Ariz.



I've been following golf coverage for a couple of years now and I really like what you do on the CBS team. You and McCord are the best ever man!!! Here's my question. Who are you a bigger fan of, Tiger or Phil?
-- Sergio Montiel, New York, N.Y.



Do you think that "distance finders" should be allowed in competition? As strokesavers and advice from caddies are allowed.
-- Gordon, Cumbernauld



anything

Maybe I was busy or something but I totally missed the R&A adopting the USGA ball size. Was the smaller ball better is windy conditions? And with tournament golf bags being bigger than my Aunt Wanda how many clubs does a professional travel with? What other stuff is in the bag? Thanks for all the laughs. I have reoccurring nightmares of McCord in a rubber teddy. Please suggest a cure.
-- Harry Heilmann, Silver Plume, Colo.





will

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