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Sayonara

by Jeff Shelley

Well, here we are. After 15-and-a-half years and over 16,000 articles, I'm leaving Cybergolf. Here's my final story, which looks back on my experiences as a golf writer.

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Reno-Tahoe Always Delivers

by Jim Moore

One wife ago, I spent a week in the Reno-Lake Tahoe area every summer. I was in my 20s then, and since I loved to gamble, drink and golf, sometimes to excess with all three, this area was perfect for me.

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How Time Flies - A Decade of Reflections on Women's Golf

by Nancy Berkley

Cybergolf is a leader in building websites for golf facilities - see www.Cybergolfcentral.com. But it also has been a leader in women's golf. In 2005, I suggested to the CEO of Cybergolf that a specific section of its website news page be dedicated to articles I wrote about women's golf. He agreed. It was still the relatively early days of the internet.

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Bay Bridge Golf Brigade

by David Droschak

As a young laborer in the early 1960s, Richard "Dickie" Foster helped build one of the nation's architectural marvels - the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel, connecting more than just cargo ships, fishing boats and luxury yachts from the Tidewater area to the Eastern Shore of Virginia.

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More Happy Trails - Washington

by Jeff Shelley

The following are some of the golf encounters I've had in my home state of Washington over the past 50-plus years.

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More Happy Trails - Oregon

by Jeff Shelley

Here are a few encounters I've had in the Beaver State over the past 28 years.

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More Happy Trails - Idaho

by Jeff Shelley

The following are some of the golf encounters I've had in the Gem State over the last 28 years.

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More Happy Trails - Memories, Montana-Style

by Jeff Shelley

Writing about golf for the damn-near three decades has involved many serendipitous encounters. Here are a few from my forays in America's Big Sky State.

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Happy Trails - Johnny Hoetmer

by Jeff Shelley

In trying to come up with some thoughts about my imminent departure from Cybergolf, I'll be throwing out a recollection or two from nearly three decades as a golf writer before I leave for good July 31. Here's one of them:

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