This course is a work in progress, the question is, will it ever finish. Billed as a luxury 18 hole course to perspective home buyers, the local economy has tanked and development of the back 9 has come to complete halt. The front nine is still a young course, but its maturing a bit. It features a lot of blind shots and two difficult par 3s. The greens typically have a tremendous amount of break and are usally fast. There is still a lot of unfinished homes on the course and recently the water levels are way down on the hazards. So much so that the huge lake on the Par 5 5th hole has dried up on occasion. So much so you could walk out and retrieve your ball in many cases. Nice for you, but it doesn't make for a good looking course.
The owners of this course may/may not be in financial trouble, I've heard conflicting reports and not sure of the validity of that. This may someday be a great course, for now, its just an average 9 hole course.