Two. There was Mike Weir in 2003 then Phil Mickelson in 2004 and 2006.
It all comes down to how comfortable you feel using right or left handed clubs. Generally those who write right handed are right handed golfers and those who write left handed are left handed golfers, but there are exceptions Phil Mickelson writes right handed, and many right handed golfers are left handed.
They get a green jacket every time they win The Masters, they can have as many as they win.
Approximately 10% of the population is left handed.
there would be 6 left handed students
Kay the Left-Handed has 284 pages.
No. In fact, people who are left handed tend to be more creative and smarter. Watch and see how many actors are left handed!
10 because 1 in 10 people are left handed
no such guitar controller has been commercially produced for left handed people but many creative left handed people have made or modified a right handed guitar controller to be left handed. playing a right handed guitar left handed is still easily achievable and is why no people bother to have a left handed specific controller.
As of the 2014 season, the Minnesota Twins have 6 left handed batters.
This is a very good question. There is no real reason for it, but the explanation I can offer you is, 10-15 years ago, left handed clubs were rare, especially for juniors, that's why on tour at the minute there are very few left handed players. Today, left handed clubs are still rare and don't come in all the options you would find in right handed clubs, simply because there is not a big enough market. Junior clubs are also very rare in left hand. You will notice a cricket bat can be used by either a right or left handed player, so when a player picks up a bat for the first time, they will use whichever orientation feels most natural. A golf club can only be used one way. A couple of interesting side notes would be, Phil Mickelson writes right handed, but plays left handed and when Tiger Woods picked up a club for the first time he swung left handed as he was mirroring his father Earl Woods.
As of the 2014 season, the Arizona Diamondbacks have 7 left handed batters.
As of the 2014 season, the Chicago Cubs have 9 left handed batters.