Pictorial Past | Work begins on golf course

These men have “teed off” on a big project at Rock Island in July of 1962 — creating a new golf course. Jack Reimer, left, paused his bulldozer to discuss plans with Bob McDonnell, center, and Mott Liek at the site of the No. 9 green. Reimer was from the Norman H. Woods architectural firm in Vancouver, B.C., one of only two golf course architects in North America recognized by the Professional Golfers’ Association at that time. (Provided photo/Wenatchee World archives)