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LCGG: RiverRidge Golf Complex

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Ric Jefferies and his wife, Debbie, had the guts to forge their own path through life. The result is a fantastic golf facility of which the Jefferies’ can be proud and that accurately reflects their vision for what life should be.

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LCGG: Tokatee

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The picturesque location promises a relaxed round and postcard views at every turn.

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LCGG: Sandpines Golf Links

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Sandpines – designed by Rees Jones, it was named Best New Public Golf Course in America when it opened in 1993 and has received numerous other awards and accolades since.

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LCGG: Fiddler’s Green

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Fiddler’s Green has the tools to make you a better golfer and prepare you for your next big golf outing. It has the Pro Shop to outfit you properly, the course and range to help you work on your shots, and you’ll be building confidence in your game which will carry over to longer and more challenging courses.

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LCGG: The Circle Bar Golf Club

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If you find yourself traveling over Highway 58, or if you just want to take a quick trip to the mountains, I recommend a stop at Circle Bar Golf Club in Oakridge to experience communal golf.

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The Lane County Golf Guide!

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Hello and welcome to the 2013 Lane County Golf Guide! Beginning next Sunday, and continuing each Sunday throughout summer, a Lane County golf course will be reviewed right here

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Surviving River Guide School: Part 2

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It is 8 o’clock in the morning and I am standing outside the River House, dressed in full river-guide regalia — base layer of Under Armor, fleece, wetsuit, dry top, wool socks and river shoes — I feel amphibian.

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Surviving River Guide School: Part 1

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Eugene is a city blessed with easy access to two beautiful rivers. Most people who live here visit those waterways seasonally, for recreation and relaxation. But some folks call these rivers their workplace.

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551: A Grandfather’s Gift

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There are memories buried in the chipped and faded veneer of my grandfather’s shotgun, and there are stories in it that I can only invent, not discover buried in the slowly growing rust and caked oil of the barrel.

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Backwoods Bait Gathering

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Although using live bait to catch fish is frowned upon in some circles, it is an old-school, highly effective way to get fish on the hook and to the dinner plate.

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