speaking of boring, the city cut down all the trees in & around the creek on the lower half of the creek. Hole 3 has nothing on the right to kick your disk back to the fairway. Hole 9 is more open, though the big white Birch/Aspen is still there to throw under, or around. Holes 10 & 12 are completely open now as well. Bah, oh well. Rec course, 'nuff said. I haven't spoken with the park dept, but I assume this is in preparation for 'water management to complete the burying of the creek this year?