I watch the Feherty show each week, usually taped to watch at my convenience. I would say all of the shows are pretty tame. Daivid Feherty does not seem to have an agenda to embarass his guests. It seems to me that the guest are shown exactly the way that they (guest) want. Greg Norman obviously had and has an issue with Tiger not meeting with him when he moved to Jupiter, like greg is the "Godfather of South Florida or something". The famous incident between Ken Venturi and Arnold Palmer at the 1958 Masters or even some of Ken's rules calls during telecasts were not covered or mentioned much. Bill Clinton will be guest at future show, and do you think David will ask anything about the Monica L incident?
Frankly, I'm not sure that it does much for Tiger, unless he just wants to do it for David. The audience for TGC would be people that are probably set in their opinions of Tiger - for better or worse. I would certainly like to see it, softball quesitons or not.
Don't get me wrong, I would love to see a Feherty show with Tiger. Whether it was his questions, agenda, or whatever, it would be a highly watched show. And yes, I remember some of the early Tiger appearances on TGC. In the current golf world, Tiger could get time every week on TGC, ESPN, or probably most news channels, if he wanted it. I'm pretty sure that Tiger would like to express his side on many issues and perhaps one day after he retires from competitive golf, we'll hear those thoughts.