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).

David, what happened? Either CBS had you on Prozac or a 30-second delay this past Masters. It must have nearly killed you to have to be polite the whole time. Kudos to Mr. Phil -- he came through in the clutch! P.S. I'm planning a 25th wedding anniversary trip to Ireland/Northern Ireland this fall -- get to play golf at least twice -- recommendations?
-- Hugh Quinn, Vestavia Hills, Alabama

Since the Masters ended, I've been constantly searching for news on the Sergio Garcia "attitude" to interviewers. I haven't found a single comment. I don't know if it's a matter of no one in the media wanting to explore it or what. What are your views regarding what's going on with Sergio's attitude? He seemed to indicate it's a "Tiger gets all the press" thing, but I can't imagine it's that simple.
-- Ric Holland, Loganville, GA

David, my friends and I were discussing Phil Michelson's Master win and have reached a disagreement we were hoping you could settle. Just prior to Phil's winning putt, DiMarco had to putt along the same line as Phil. When DiMarco putted his ball, Phil quickly ran behind DiMarco to watch how his putt reacted. Though legal, I found the action very unprofessional and ungentleman-like and never have witnessed this action prior to this (not even playing with hackers on the weekend). My friends disagree and state, "anything to win." What do you think?

-- Robert Genetelli, Wantage, NJ

I've watched Masters tournaments on television for about 45 years. Your work on Sunday was by far your best effort ever. It was refreshing to witness you being humble, appreciative of great golf, and not continuously trying hard to find something funny to say. Great job!
-- Frank Watson, Spartanburg, SC

As I watched the third round of the Masters, I couldn't help but notice the gallery. Is it just the camera shots I saw, or were there really almost no African Americans in the gallery at Augusta? Side note: My name for Hootie and his cohorts: Hootie and the Blowhards (yep -- instead of "Hootie and the Blowfish") Absolutely LOVE your column -- your quick wit leaves me breathless with laughter. Your insights on the game and its denizens are priceless. Thank you!
-- Theresa Turner

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