Just in case anybody wasn't awares yet....the tunnel is no more.
I was over there yesterday, and all 27 baskets were in on the new course. When we were arriving, they were dropping the booth off the flatbed (the booth for enforcing pay to play), and by the time I left it was in place, and they had opened up the new parking lot.
Really interesting course, actually. I hope that they intend to put more permanent directional signs where there are funny turns and whatnot, but all in all, course played really well.
Lefties and forehand players will love it, as there is a lot of dog rights, and also plenty of holes to really open up on for those with lots of power.
The pinnacle is probably the back-back 9 (19-27) which I found reminiscent of the toboggan at times, couple uphill monsters, and just lots of really interesting holes.
The only real downside as of now is the extremely tall grass off the fairway on most of the new holes. Be prepared to spot on a lot of holes, as with a group of 5, even with spotters we spent a good hour looking for discs over the course of the round, and one or two were swallowed (if anybody finds a green champ monster my buddy would love to see it again!)
Be prepared too-- lots of elevation changes, and I would estimate it took as long to play the first 18 as all 24 took on the tunnel.
Anyway, anyone who hasn't been yet (and I assume a lot of people haven't made it out yet as there still isn't a thread on this topic that I could find) should definitely check it out.....probably the most diverse set of holes around, including more than a few blind drives.