Reynolds Park GC is kind of like Three-Buck Chuck: considering what you're paying, it's pretty good. (Note: I think it's a value if you walk for $19 -- if you take a cart for about $35, I think it loses a lot of its value.)
The greens are in very good shape. No dead spots, well-manicured, not too shaggy. Some challenging undulations and pin placements. Some of the greens are pretty big, so if you put it in the wrong section, you have a very challenging 2-putt headed your way.
The rough and fairways are another story. Very thin. In fairness, maybe that's because it is so early in the season, but there are a lot of bare spots as opposed to just dormant grass.
The course is pretty short yardage-wise, but there are several holes with significant elevation changes, so it plays a bit longer than it measures. Still, if you drive the ball about 250-260, you'll probably want to play from the tips.
If you survive the neighborhood on your way to RP and aren't bleeding from multiple gunshot wounds you will find a pretty decent course. Set directly in the crackhouse corner of Winston it is one of two? muni courses. Green fees are pretty cheap and the layout is nice. Easy holes and a few tough ones. If you have a decent game you'll want to play from the tips. This course does a lot for the community and I like that. Near Winston Salem State so convenient for college kids.