Not much time for me to comment on this, but please add yours.
A public bike path? Cyclists and skateboarders whooshing by? Distracting concentration on Red Hole Five? That would not do.
"Once the word gets out to the younger generation there is a secluded place to come and visit and have some fun, you can bet they're going to be there," retired Navy Capt. Louis Kriser said at a recent public hearing. "Gangs. Rivals. Hazards to pedestrians coming in and out. . . . I can see The Washington Post: 'Golf Ball From Army Navy Country Club Fifth Hole Hits Baby.'