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American Golf pleasurably caters for golfers of the opposite dexterity with a whole range of clubs available in the form of left-hand setups. Some of the best players in the world play golf left-handed as the likes of Phil Mickelson and Bubba Watson have dominated and been performing at the very top level of the golfing ladder for decades. If we don’t have the right left-handed golf club for you readily available, we can happily order virtually all forms of golf clubs in left-handed setups for you, so you can find your perfect clubs.
Since the majority of golfers play golf right-handed, stock levels within the left-handed market can differ due to the smaller demand for clubs of the opposite dexterity. With that being said, the majority of all types of golf clubs across most of the brands we stock provide the option of custom-built clubs available in left-handed options. We therefore highly recommend all left-handed players to experience our free custom-fitting process to certify in finding the best possible left-handed golf clubs for them, tailored to meet their exact specifications. Our highly rated service is available both online and in-store to provide all players with the chance of getting their clubs perfectly made to measure for them.
Depending on what type of club, clubs or complete sets a left-handed player wishes to purchase. Likewise with the process for right-handed golfers, we will firstly identify which is the correct shaft suited to the golfer, in order to ensure they receive the maximum possible benefit with their new clubs. The most suitable flex option is dependent on a golfer’s club head speed, the two should correspond with each other in order to match the club’s ability to bend parallel to the speed of the golfer’s swing. This allows the golfer to feel in complete control of the club head’s path and thus prompting a more confident delivery towards impact. The chosen shaft option would then be used most of the time throughout a golfer’s set to ensure they will be as consistent with each club. Of course, depending on which club a player wishes to opt for in the left-handed market, each type of club opens up a slightly different fitting process, however choosing the correct flex is the first and foremost factor which must be identified for any left-handed golfer.
Left handed golf clubs only differ in terms of the components used in the club’s head apart from the putter. Although they are built in the opposite setup to those of a right-handed player, the shaft and grip dynamics remain completely the same. This means that for the majority of clubs you can use a shaft from either a right-handed or left-handed golf club as this would make completely no difference, presuming these shafts were of adjustable clubs. The only exception of this would be that the adjustable Ping drivers, fairway woods and hybrids do possess a slightly different adjustable adapter for the distinct dexterities. These are therefore advisable to not combine one with the other. The difference therefore within the specifics of the club’s head is the contrasting hosel position of the club that will be angled to the left for the left-handed player and so forth the opposite for the right-handed player. The putter is the only exception as depending on the make and model, these may distinctively differ to a parallel setup of a right-handed putter as the left-handed versions are mostly bent on slightly different angles to cater for the natural putting approach that the majority of left-handed golfers occupy. Overall a player will simply go through the exact same fitting process as they would do if they were to be of a right-handed dexterity. Choice may be slightly limited but by taking advantage of our highly recommended custom-fitting process, no matter what the dexterity, we will deliver in identifying the best left-handed clubs made to measure for you.
Golf clubs are not universally ambidextrous – they’re not transferable across both right and left handed people. The main difference between right-handed and left-handed golf clubs isn’t the grip, but the clubhead itself. The design of the grips and handles typically don’t change between left and right handed versions of the same clubs, but the hosel (the part of the clubhead that is attached to the club itself) is angled to the left. This means the player must stand on the right side of the ball. If you’re left-handed, you will specifically need a left-handed golf club.
When gripping a left-handed golf club, hold the top of the grip with your right hand and place your left hand against the grip from the side. Point your fingers downwards. Move your right hand to cup over your left slightly and wrap your fingers around. The golf club should pass across the palm of your left hand, through your index finger base to above your little finger. This grip means you can control your swing better, improving accuracy and lessening the chances of a swooping shot. To couple this, follow through with your swing and rotate at the hips.