This was actually my wife's favorite course of the entire trip. I think she says that just because it was the only course where she made a birdie! I really enjoyed this course also though. It was a lot of fun because it requires so many different kind of shots. I can't recall precisely, but I'm pretty sure that I threw every disc in my bag on this course. We met up with a cool local named Dave (pictured below with my wife) who showed us the course. Good thing he did cuz we'd have been lost without him. This course plays around a park and then back into some woody, marshy holes that I've never seen anything like before. There is one hole where the ground is perpetually marshy and muddy so you have to walk across planks set up. Don't get too high before playing this hole or things could get messy. One thing I didn't like about this course was that the last hole ended about a 1/2 mile from where the course starts so be ready for a walk once the round is over. That isn't enough however to detract from the fact that this course is a lot of fun to play and the locals are some of the nicest people we met that weekend.
Definitely would play it again if I was in the area but I don't think I'd make the drive just to play there.