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#SocialCurrentSee®▶ #GolfWedges*

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#SocialCurrentSee®▶ #GolfWedges* (@Storify archive in #ALTACITIES) by @ALTALOMAN about the tools of the short game https://t.co/7Opc0x9Ooh — Mike Foxworth (@ALTALOMAN) April 14, 2016

Note: Scroll theSTORIFYslide show (above) for the latest #SocialCurrentSee on topic. ~ @Altaloman via #ALTACITIES
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As an amateur golfer with the typical high handicap, the most challenging facet of the game is consistent play.  And because most of the golf shots happen within 75 yards of the green (chip shots or wedge shots) or on the green when putting, I have determined to take more time to practice and refine those shots in hopes of improving my handicap.

Notable, there was such a significant improvement in my game today that one of my regular golf buddies observed, I must have been reading up or practicing more since our last round together.  Truth of the matter is neither is true, but there was improvement just the same.




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​#SocialCurrentSee®▶#ALS* (Hero)

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#SocialCurrentSee®▶#ALS* (Hero) #ALTACITIES archive by @ALTALOMAN via @Storify: #LIFE is not fair https://t.co/yjXpKuWg5p — Mike Foxworth (@ALTALOMAN) April 1, 2016
The ALS Association is an American nonprofit organization that raises money for research and patient services, promotes awareness about and advocates in state and federal government on issues related to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease. The ALS Association is broken up into distinct chapters each servicing a particular geographic area of the United States all working under the umbrella of a national charter and administrator. While each individual chapter is basically autonomous, some smaller chapters rely heavily on the national organization for assistance. Each chapter provides education, advocacy and essential services to ALS patients, their families and caregivers, while the national organization funds research and supports the cause as a whole.


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