There are several companies that specialize in manufacturing left handed Golf clubs, including: Adams, Callaway, Cleveland, Cobra, Nike, TaylorMade, Titleist, Tour Edge, Wilson, and several others.
The only difference in the right versus left handed clubs is which way the head of the club faces. Many golf specialists agree that you should always try right handed clubs first! Even if you are left handed, you may not need left handed clubs.
A good place to purchase left handed golf clubs in Edmonton is Kijiji. They have a number of listings for left handed clubs in Edmonton. One could also purchase from Ebay or Amazon and have them delivered.
Yes. You may be thinking of when a right handed golfer would wear a left handed glove.
No, a golf shaft will fit both right and left handed clubs.
Yes, right handed folks stand facing their right and have the heads of their golf clubs facing in the left direction. The golf club can not be changed to fit a right handed person and then the left handed person, each different golfer has to buy their own equipment to fit their specifications.
Some companies that make golf clubs include Taylor Made, Callaway, and Ping. All of the companies make their golf clubs different as well as from different metals so you might have to test them before you decide to buy.
ebay, vintage club shops, manufacturers who specialise in making wooden clubs, other internet retailers.
Golf ClubsRule 4 of the USGA Rules of Golf does not stipulate whether the clubs in a golfer's bag must be either all right-handed or all left-handed clubs. I don't personally know of any ambidextrous pros, but I have known a lot of right-handed golfers to carry a left-handed 5-7 iron to get out of tight spots where a right-handed swing is awkward or impossible. The problem, of course, is which club you are willing to sacrifice to accommodate the extra left-handed club. As you note, you are limited to a maximum of 14 clubs in your bag. Hope that helps. Going off the top answer here, I have a set of left and right handed clubs. Since i can golf either way and not have a problem. Now, in tournaments I will carry both left and right handed clubs up to 14 which is the allowed number. I swtich every other club because this helps me in different situations. In almost every tournament I have been in they question this and say it is illegal to do. So I carry around a rule book and point out the rulle metioned above. So they always allow it because there is nothing saying you can't. So it is legal but you will more then likely get question about it and as long as they are coming out of your bag and not someone else's it is ok.
Yes, if you are taking golf fairly seriously then you should have the right golf clubs and also to find out if you are right/left handed. Example: My husband is 6' 6" tall and although right-handed in everything he does he golfs much better left-handed. He has also bought golf clubs that suit his height.
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.
Maori weapons mainly consist of short one-handed clubs or long two-handed clubs. These clubs have different names according to their shape and the material they are made from. Short clubs or patu are called mere if they are made of pounamu and their shapes include kotiate and wahaika. The most common long club is called a taiaha.