Pros: Price, Some Good Holes, Not Too Busy
Cons: Course Conditions
I've played this course many times over the years. It's a great course for golfers of all skill level and I find it's pretty dynamic; it'll get tougher if you want to take the riskier shots and it'll also become more forgiving if you decide to ease up a bit. I find it's also a good course to play to "get back into the groove" after winter.
The course itself has some pretty nice holes, like a forest-lined downhill dogleg right 500-yard par 5, and a long downhill par 3 that's waterlined on both sides. However, the conditions get a little iffy if you decide to have a round after a good rainfall.
The price is very good too, ~50-55 dollars will get you 18 holes and a cart and the course is rarely packed.
Overall a nice all-around course for everyone