Feherty's Mailbag

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).


Golf has changed tremendously here in our country. We hosted the 1999 World Cup won by Tiger Woods and Mark O'Meara, and the Carlsberg Malaysian Open is now a feature on the European Tour. Do you see the possibility of Malaysia (an Asian country) hosting the Ryder Cup in future? Perhaps the Yanks may perform better without the pressure of their home crowds.
-- Joe Carlos, Malaysia



On a more serious reflection on the Ryder Cup results I would argue that the Official World Golf Ranking ought to be revised so that European Tour tournaments should receive higher points. Would you argue against, or would you be in the forefront of this truly worthy cause?
-- Ren Andersson, Veberd, Sweden



Sitting here in the backwater of Worcestershire, I am a little behind the times, having a computer which gives me yesterday's news, weather and events. So to ensure that I get your reply at approximately the right time would you join me in congratulating the victorious 2006 European Ryder Cup team. This result is as big a shock to myself as it is to my regular American four-ball partner who cannot understand how a team of underdogs without a major between them have done it again!
-- Kaitiea



I love your work in the booth as well as what you write for GOLF Magazine. My question is why don't you write a book about the old Euro Tour. The stories you have told in your column are classic and I would really like to hear more. By the way, I personally would like to see a head-to-head match with you and McCord.
-- J.T.



There are a blue million golf resorts that are doing all these package deals. Where do you recommend an 80-90+ shooter to go for a golf vacation?
-- Big Bertha Bill

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