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Comment from: Stacy [Visitor] Email
I take offense at the "inferior" lefty remark and I don't consider it to be a curse. ;-)

I'm a left-handed golfer (and proud to be so). I have no trouble in finding golf clubs nor in playing courses designed by righties. Are these courses already designed by right-handed golfers fair to the left-handed person?

Besides, if you now how to work the ball, it doesn't matter how a course is designed. And, if you don't know how to work a ball, then no matter what course you play on, it doesn't really matter, does it?
01/17/07 @ 10:28
Comment from: tony [Visitor] Email
i'm also a left handed golfer, AND PROUD OF IT! i'm normally right handed in most things, but started lefty in baseball and golf, and it worked out FINE, although you certainly have a bias.that's been my gripe for 12 years of golf now, why the limited acces for left-handed golf eq.? how long has the BEST left-handed player in the world been in the top 5 world golf rankings? this getting thru to the "right" side of your brain?
01/17/07 @ 12:59
Comment from: Donna Hayes [Visitor] Email
Wow, I was always instructed golf was about etiquette, something of which seems to be missing in your article. Really, does it matter whether you are left or right handed in this game? After all, it’s about skill, regardless of the course… or extremity. Can’t we all just get along?
12/05/07 @ 13:54
Comment from: Donna Hayes [Visitor] Email
By the way, I'm right handed
12/05/07 @ 13:56
Comment from: elsa wenz [Visitor] Email
"sub-perfect humans"...?
boy, do you have issues.
11/23/09 @ 21:30

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