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Left Handed Golf Club Sets and Thoughts for the New Left Handed Golfer

Left Handed Golf Club Sets and Thoughts for the New Left Handed Golfer

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Published by Johnny Cartwright
If you were born left-handed, you can call it either a curse or a blessing in disguise. From having to have custom-built school desks and chairs to having to buy left-handed golf club sets, it seems that being a southpaw can be such a bother! However, over the years, it seems like more and more people are born left-handed. Just look in the sports arena. Baseball has quite a few more lefties swinging their bats...
If you were born left-handed, you can call it either a curse or a blessing in disguise. From having to have custom-built school desks and chairs to having to buy left-handed golf club sets, it seems that being a southpaw can be such a bother! However, over the years, it seems like more and more people are born left-handed. Just look in the sports arena. Baseball has quite a few more lefties swinging their bats...

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Published by: Johnny Cartwright on Jun 20, 2009
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Left Handed Golf Club Sets and Thoughts for the New Left Handed Golfer Being born

left handed can be thought of two ways; either a disguised blessing or a curse. You have to cope with things like special school desks and chairs to having to use a set of left handed golf clubs. Sometimes it is such a bother to be a lefty! However, it seems like there are more and more people being born left handed. Take a look in the sports arena. You may notice that there are a lot more southpaws swinging their bats in baseball these days. When you are ready to buy a set of left handed golf clubs, take your time to find the perfect set that will meet your needs for the long term. Since there really isn't much of a demand for left handed golf clubs they may be a little difficult to find. However, the major golf club manufacturers like Nike, Callaway and Mizuno make left handed golf clubs along with right handed sets. Is it more expensive to be a left-handed golfer? Even though there is less demand for left-handed golf club sets, they are really not that much more expensive than right-handed golf club sets. If you want to be more like a right-handed golfer, you can buy left-handed golf club sets that are designed and custom made for the individual. To order custom-made left-handed golf clubs, you need to supply the golfer's weight and height, their gender and the distance from their wrist to the floor. To make the right changes to the left-hander's golf clubs, you will also have to take these things into consideration: their age, the speed of their swing, their handicap, and what club is being used on the 150-yard mark. Even though custom left handed golf clubs are likely more expensive than others, the investment will pay off with added enjoyment of the game. Using the right set of golf clubs can keep a guy out of the bunker and get him back to the clubhouse quickly and in a great mood. If you are looking for deals on left handed golf clubs, you would be well served to keep an eye on yard sales around your home. Many enthusiast new golfers go out and buy a new set of clubs just to find that they don't have the inclination or skill to learn the game. Once these clubs start gathering dust, they will end up finding a new home for their left handed golf clubs. A major factor in a person's golf game is the quality of their equipment. A left handed individual should not attempt to play golf right handed simply because it's difficult to find left handed clubs. It would be best to wait until you can find the right equipment rather than compromising the way you play. An individual that is naturally left handed will never achieve perfection in their golf game by playing right handed. The same techniques are used for play golf whether you play left handed or right handed. The grip on the club should be neither to tight nor too loose. The stance you use should be nice and square with the feet parallel to the target line. Your shoulders, hips, and thighs should be square and the feet need to be parallel to the target line. If you want to slice a ball, the path of the swing should be from inside to outside. If a hook is necessary, the swing path needs to be outside to inside. Have a great time and good luck with your game.

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