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From the Back Nine to the Boardroom

Welcome to the first installment of From the Back Nine to the Boardroom! I am thrilled to bring this column to you.

Let’s get to know each other a little. My name is Cindy Miller. I am from Buffalo, New York (the golf capital of the world), and still live there. I was a walk-on at the University of Miami and graduated an All American. I qualified to play on

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