Linda Massucci

Linda Massucci

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Writer, Reader, Love of Landscape Photography & Norman Rockwell, Basketball Watcher, Walks on the Beach at Sunrise & Hikes at Sunset
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The chart depicts the average golf distances for each club for men and women. We'd say that "skill" (swing mechanics & Center hits) & swing swing speed are the two defining factors; but, you can't just swing faster and expect results. No Joke! Go to http://game-inglove.blogspot.com/2015/02/hand-path-is-critical-and-often.html to find out why hand path is so important and how GiG can help you quickly and easily. Gift Ideas for him, gift ideas for golfers, gift ideas for her

The chart depicts the average golf distances for each club for men and women. We'd say that "skill" (swing mechanics & Center hits) & swing swing speed are the two defining factors; but, you can't just swing faster and expect results. No Joke!

Good putting can make or break your score. but just how should you practice to really get better on the green? Here are a few golf ideas to get you started. More golf tips at #lorisgolfshoppe

Instructions for the 3 best putting drills to help new golfers improve their short game with illustrated examples of each putting drill.

A rock-solid set-up will produce rock-star drives!

Ways That Will Help You Improve Your Golf Game. Whether you are a rookie or a seasoned golfer, there is always something new to learn. Players of all skill level and experience find golf to simultaneousl

This was said by entertainer Peter Marshall, who began his career in television, film and broadway in 1950. #patriotic #Quotes #4thofjuly

REMINDER President: works for The People/ Congress: Works for the People/ Constitution protects the People/Gatekeepers of Constitution: Judges & Attorney Generals do your job the people trust you more than the "president" & Congress

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Lombardy, Italy Still mild even as the leaves fall, Lombardy in northern Italy is an ideal place to see mainland Europe burst into colour. The native Lombardy poplars, which can be seen across the landscape, turn a bright yellow before their leaves fall