You can fire at me. You can fire at Tiger, Phil, Rory, Michelle or anybody else. You can also write about how great I am or they are. You can comment on your fellow e-mailers.
What I will then do, on a weekly basis, is pick what I believe to be the five or 10 most compelling e-mails I receive and re-print them (followed by my reaction) in this column.
We have named this weekly feature The Comebacker.
The readers have a chance to come back at my columns or anything else compelling in golf upon which they want to comment. And I will come back on their comebacks.
I will compliment the comebacks I like. And I will deconstruct the ones I dont. I will not re-print obscenities, sexist or racist material or anything else I deem inappropriate for this forum. I will be the final arbiter on what is proper and not proper.
But I encourage you to be edgy. Those of you who have been regular e-mailers to me in the five years I have been writing columns for this Web site dont need any encouragement.
In short, bring it on.
To reach me via e-mail just click on the link at the end of my columns on this site or address your e-mails to firstname.lastname@example.org.
One of the best parts about writing three columns a week on GolfChannel.com, by the way, is the e-mail.
I get lots of it. Some of it is funny. Some of it is sad. Some of it is amazingly insightful. Some of it is ignorant and even mean-spirited.
When I supported Sports Illustrated writer Michael Bamberger a couple of years ago for reporting Michelle Wies infamous illegal drop, I got more than 3,000 e-mails. The majority of them thought it was Bamberger and me who were ignorant. And many of them were mean-spirited.
It never ceases to amaze me when I write about Tiger Woods, which is often, how many readers insist I hold a grudge against Tiger. Those numbers are usually offset by the e-mailers who are convinced I am on Woods payroll.
(Note: Everybody in golf: Players, media, equipment manufacturers etc. are indirectly on Woods payroll because of how much more exposure his popularity has brought to golf.)
But part of my job is to criticize Woods when I believe he deserves it and to praise him when I think he deserves it. Same goes for everybody else about whom I write.
So sharpen your wits. Let me know whats on your mind. Starting next Friday, Jan. 11 The Comebacker is coming to GolfChannel.com.
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