The reasons were both functional and aesthetic: to prevent erosion and to add to the beauty of the already picturesque hole with its abundance of dogwood trees. Laying the creek stone took a special skill; each uncut stone had to be fitted in place, which accounted for its $19,000 price tag. Charter member «Be-Be"

Arnold, greens committee chairman at the time, supervised the project.

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