Played the course in Dallas today. For the most part, we were very impressed; it's excellent for a 9-holer. The park is very pretty and the course is challenging and interesting. Hole #1 has you throwing right toward a river, and many other smaller streams came into play as well (at least they did in late January).
I say we were impressed "for the most part" because #8 and #9 have wide-open crossing fairways and wasted potential. If the basket for #8 were simply moved up onto the hillside, inside the big clump of trees, the holes wouldn't cross and #8 would be a better hole.
Oh... and bring a map
. It's a little tricky to locate #3, #5, and #6 without one.