Quality of the course is great. The prices are even better. Only problems I had were people hitting into us and a group of older women who pretended they were pros (used a range finder constantly and got mad when another group hit a ball near them). Overall it's a great value for either course.
I played the West course, which doesn't show up as an address for them, which is weird. Basically, I pulled in the East course and they told me to drive down the road to the West. The driving range is only at the East course though. It was a nice course, I really have no complaints. I enjoyed the layout and the conditions were fair. It is worth a play if you can get cheap rates.
The Briarwood East course has recently been remodeled and I think it has added alot to the experience. New sand traps and tee boxes make some holes look much different than they had in 2011. There is a driving range. Not the nicest I've ever seen, but a driving range doesn't need to be luxury as far as I'm concerned. The greens fees are very reasonable as well. You can also stop in the bar here after a round for a few drinks.