Yes. You may be thinking of when a right handed golfer would wear a left handed glove.
He writes right handed and is a right handed golfer.
If you are right handed your glove would be on youe left hand and you would throw the baseball with your right hand.
You wear a baseball glove on your right hand if you are right handed. If you're right handed, then you throw with your right hand. Therefore, you wear your glove on your left hand.
For a right handed golfer where the ball starts off to the right, and DRAWS back to the left. Vice Versa for a left handed golfer.
when a right handed golfer hits the ball slightly to the right it is a FADE but when it goes way offthe the right it is called a slice.
AnswerIt would fit your left hand.
Yes, in the sense that it will now be contoured for your right hand. No, in the sense that it will still be a left-handed glove; just a left handed glove that due to manipulation now fits better on the right hand.
If you are a right handed golfer it's a slice, for a lefthanded golfer it would be a hook.
If you are left handed, you throw the baseball with your left hand, so in this case the left handed glove goes on a left handed persons right hand so they catch with glove on right hand and then pull the ball out of mitt and throw with left hand. - It means if you are left handed get this glove but you will wear it on your right hand.
You should wear the glove on your right hand....because you have to throw and bat with ur left hand