Lots of elevation for the Chicago suburbs, like other reviewers have said there this course can be fun and challenging if you resist the urge to tomahawk holes 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. Very well maintained. Very picturesque and relaxing if you come at the right time of day. Some nice technical holes (5 is one of my favorites).
It's short. Both in time it takes to play and course distance. Hole 3 is the only one you can really rip a drive on (maybe hole 4). If you want to have the course to yourself you need to go during the day in the week, otherwise you will have groups in front and behind you. Holes 2 and 3 can be muddy after rains. Sometime you get people walking through the course as there is a nature walk on the other side of the parking lot.
Careful with your drive on hole 3 or you could be sans a disc, there is long grass lining either side and it can get wet and muddy on the right. Definitely give it a run through if you are around, but don't expect to be dazzled.