Par 28, good course for beginners, to play for fun or to work on short game.
I've been coming here since 2008 and play the course at least a few times every year. It's a par 3 course, although the 2nd hole has a par 4 option.
There's a good mix of holes ranging from ones that play around 100 yards with wide approaches, to two holes that play 180-190 yards. It's a fun course to work on your iron and putting game. Some of the greens have a sneaky slope that can be challenging.
As for the course condition, it's decent to good. It's about as cheap as you can pay for a fun round of golf in the area. $17 on weekdays and $18 on weekends as of 2013.
The play speed/time varies, but if you come here early enough or on a less-than-stellar weather day, it's usually not very crowded at all.
They also have a putting/chipping green to get warmed up at.
In summary, it's a shorter course that still has a mixture of tricky and easily played holes. The value is excellent, as you can play 18 holes for under $30. 9 holes under $20. The staff is also very friendly.