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Deciding if I’m righty or lefty

 matthendren ·  
matthendrenmatthendren Members  4WRX Points: 8Posts: 4 Starters
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Hello, I’m new to golf and very ambidextrous which makes it hard for me to decide which way I should start hitting a gold a ball.

I swing a bat lefty

throw a lacrosse stick lefty

punch left

tennis forehand righty

write with a pencil righty

.....

I have been hitting a golf ball righty for the longest time but want to switch to lefty if it may increase my ability in the

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  • Krt22Krt22 East BayMembers  9564WRX Points: 3,179Posts: 9,564 Titanium Tees
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    How do you throw a ball?

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  • Conner GolfConner Golf ClubWRX  115WRX Points: 20Handicap: 6Posts: 115 ClubWRX
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    If you truly are ambidextrous you may find your ability to golf right or left handed to be equal.

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  • skralyskraly ClubWRX  1714WRX Points: 204Posts: 1,714 ClubWRX
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    If you write right handed you are considered a righty. But that has little bearing on which way you should play golf. If you bat lefty my guess is that you will be more comfortable playing left handed.

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  • mgoblue83mgoblue83 Members  409WRX Points: 207Handicap: 2Posts: 409 Greens
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    If it's close go right handed because you will have WAY more equipment options available.

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  • JmoneyyyJmoneyyy Members  7WRX Points: 15Posts: 7 Bunkers
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    If you comfortably swing a baseball bat left handed then I would say swing a golf club left handed. But really I would just try both and see which feels more natural! Good luck brotha

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