Beautiful course! Enjoy. My parents club is in Hendersonville so I play the area often.
I know it's not scientific but what I've noticed about higher elevation courses is that I simply can't compare them to my low elevation courses because the higher elevations typically seem to be mountain courses thus there is no flat ground. You are either teeing from elevated tees which naturally give you more carry or you are hitting into an up slope that gives you zero roll out and less carry. I've played from sea level to about 9000ft and I just can't compare. I will say that teeing off from a tee elevated about 120ft is cool because the ball is in the air forever but it just drops out of the sky with no roll.
I'm sure that in a lab you will get more distance with higher elevations but I don't play in a lab. It has more to do with course terrain than elevation I think.