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.
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.
A hook in golf is a type of shot. When a right handed golfer doesn't hit the ball square and they pull the club in, the ball flies straight but then takes a giant curve to the left. For a left handed golfer, the curve would go right.
If you are a right handed golfer it's a slice, for a lefthanded golfer it would be a hook.
You should wear a right handed glove if you are left handed.
Hold the club in your right hand.
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.
"Cut" in golf, describes the shape of the golf shot. For a right handed golfer, a cut would go from left to right, and for a left handed golfer, the cut shot goes from right to left. The shape is a gradual one, otherwise it is referred to as a slice.
Yes. It is possible. I am a certified athletic trainer for 10 yrs. Todd
Arnold Palmer is a right handed golfer. See www.youtube.com/watch?v=uawsX05GDKc. This shows him playing.