Thursday, June 9, 2005

Left-Handed Golfers To Converge For World Championship

DUBLIN, Ireland (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Lefty golfers around the world will try to prove the right side of the ball is the “right side of the ball” when they converge upon Dublin, Ireland, on June 20-24 for the World Left-Handed Golf Championships.

Nearly 300 competitors from 15 different countries are expected to participate in the 16th annual event with each winner of the four divisions grabbing a free, expensive left-handed set of golf clubs – something hard to find in the righty- dominated sport.

Southpaw participants must play all shots left-handed and carry no right-handed clubs in their bag.

The tournament, which will be played on four courses in the Dublin area, is open to anyone who can pay the $600 entry fee though professional portsiders like Phil Mickelson and Mike Weir won’t be allowed to play – or in other words, will be left behind.

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