As of yesterday,the unofficial course record/cherry breaker is 57. I didn't count lost discs (3) and I didn't give myself strokes(which I occasionally do, in private) for moving objects that were in front of my lie. If i would have been playing by our official rules I would have shot around 90. The course is not quite ready for tournament play. No. 14 should be played to 17 long, and of course 14's current basket should then be moved to 17 short. Another position for 17 should be added short left. 16 should have another position longer and to the left (by the taller tree). I think 13 and 15 are legit par 4's I'm not sure if 8 should be consider a par 4 or not, time will tell. I hope everyone realizes that I'm just typing out loud. No beer allowed on the course but at this point it is very easy to hide. I'd like to see about 200 people come out and play all on one weekend, this might just tromp enough of what needs to be tromped to get an idea of what the parks department has in store for them. If you do come out to play wear long pants and solid footwear. Don't bring any disc you consider has any value what so ever. An accurate driver or buzz/roc and a putter would be quite sufficient. Oh yeah I think your suppose to contact Brian Palmer or Doug Kantro before you play.