I played 9 holes from these tees this morning and shot a 53. Distance didn't cost as many strokes as I thought it would. Shanking a 9 iron from the fairway at 120 yards out, for example, has nothing to do with distance or difficulty.
It was fun because I expected much worse (played the 2nd nine from the middle tees and did do worse). I'm trending at 21.1 but am probably playing above 25 right now.
On another day, I could easily fail to break 125.
Off topic, but as far as bad golfers playing slow from too far back - I walked it in under 1:40.
Dogleg left hole. I was just short of the dogleg about 2 feet in the short rough off of the fairway. I had a tree about 25 feet in front of me if i wanted to go for the green. I took a 7-iron and lo and behold cleared the tree with a nice fade and was about 10 feet from the hole. Missed the birdie :(