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Can a left handed golfer and a right handed golfer use the same clubs?

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2015-07-14 16:05:48
2015-07-14 16:05:48
Interchangeable Golf Clubs?The part of the club which strikes the ball is reversed on the left-handed golf club.

No. A LH club is the mirror image of a RH club.

Certain blade putters, such as the legendary Bullseye putter designed by John Reuter in the 1940s (still made today by Titleist) can be played by either a right or left handed player.

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