It's not sounding like much fun down in Rio for Gil Hanse, awaiting the green light to build the 2016 Olympic course.
From an unbylined wire story covering Hanse's Thursday appearance on Morning Drive.
"It just seems like there's this bureaucracy that won't seem to let its tentacles go," said Hanse, who hopes to begin moving dirt on the property that will be home to the course around April 1. "I'm disappointed in that. I'm disappointed in myself because I thought, gosh, it's the Olympics, you can't get any bigger than that. They've got to be able to just move this through.
"Unfortunately I was dead wrong with that."