I'm envious of lefties that are ambidextrous or even semi-ambidextrous... I remember in first grade my teacher trying to force me to use my right hand to do everything to the point of slapping my left hand with a ruler any time I used it... (things were different back then). After going home that first day and my mom asking why the back of my left hand was an angry red color I told her what the teacher was doing. She flew up to the school and had a "chat" with the teacher that I believe involved the teacher's arm being in a cast if she ever touched me with a ruler again. She stopped slapping me and I used my left hand in class.
The worst part was the classroom had pink rubber erasers tied on a string to each desk... on the right hand side. I always had a problem erasing my pencil marks on paper that year. No, I didn't really try to use my right hand to do this because I wasn't very coordinated... or just didn't have enough common sense back then to adapt.
Nowadays I'm still left side dominant but will use my right hand as needed... can't write legibly with it though. I have tried but it's no use so I don't even bother... not that my left hand can write legibly either. Penmanship has always been an issue for me but I've adapted my left handed writing style to try to move away from the "hook" style to something more normal. The bonus of this is I don't get ink or pencil on my hand doing this and it's easier to read even though it can sometimes slant left, right, and straight up at times.
Keeping it golf related, I use my right hand to place my tee into the ground and my ball upon it... for some reason I just do it that way. It must be because my left is holding my club at the time.
I don't know. Still don't like being lefty but it is kind of cool having lefty specific stuff that right handed people haven't really seen... like a left hand ejecting shotgun. That's kind of cool I think.
Looking at the wedge options from club makers and seeing that right handed clubs come in a vast array of 48, 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 60, and 62 degrees and then looking at the lefty club and seeing 50, 54, and 56... that's depressing.