The last time I was down in CS (probably 6 weeks ago), Lemontree was missing two baskets. We looked and noticed that NONE of the baskets have locks on them -- they are each held in with a simple bolt. A ratchet and about 20 seconds would have any basket out of the ground.
When I realized this, what was amazing to me was the ANY baskets were still in the ground at Lemontree -- its a college town and the Lemontree baskets are all relatively near roads with decent tree cover if you wanted to walk away with one.
Lemontree is decently fun if you play with a putter. Only course I've ever played where I had two aces in one day (back to back 9-hole rounds).
At this point, the Research Park course could really use some work -- they have decent land, but the course doesn't use it nearly to its potential.
The Wolf Pen course does use the land it has well, but it's not a great piece of land -- way too much wide open shots. If I had to drive 30 mins to get there, I wouldn't bother.
The Austin Colony course is fun -- some cool shots -- but several of the holes get really swampy if its rained at all. Wear Teva sandals or something if it's rained in the past two weeks.
The little dinker course behind the apartments that was referred to (can't remember the name) is actually a lot of fun if you Safari it. The area has lots of good trees, some minor elevation changes, a decent creek, various other OB, and not many people. Probably the most fun/challenging rounds I've played in Bryan/CS have been on that little course, doing some creative Safari holes that are only possible because we're the only group out there playing. So if you get creative there, you can have a really good time.
The Camelot course was by far my favorite CS course, so I hope they put it back in. It was flat, but it was really well designed and fun to play with a great mix of shots and a couple of true par 4s worked into the design...
Depending on how long you are in Texas, though, there are some much better courses within 60-90 minutes of CS if you've got time...