I think it has to do with the machinery used to make the clubs. I think some machines are ‘templates’ for right handed and due to the much less demand for left handed the cost to have reversed machinery isn’t worth it. Aside from Bubba and Phil I think this is why some manufacturers ( Ping and Callaway) offer more left handed options than Mizuno for example. And I’m thinking it matters whether the clubs are cast or forged.
Played Eagle Trace today. It was challenging in ways I had not experienced before. I can see why the Honda Classic was there for years. I hit the ball pretty well (7 GIR and a few more nGIR) and still hit even 100. There were so many tricks and interesting new features. I admit that I willingly hit dumb shots on many holes just to see what would happen. Curiosity killed my cat and I lost a lot of balls because of it.
The course played me more than I played the course.