Of course. Some of those tee pads are pretty sketch. The one where you throw off the cliff and is just marked by a rock is the main one that comes to mind.
Have you had a chance to play the one across the lake? It's not well known, because one of my teachers put up the tape and knocked down the branches last summer, and it's a pain to get to.
The second Munds course though, which isn't that hard to get to, is a lot of fun, as well. You can see some of those holes, if you look for them, while playing the back nine of the first course. You just have to have a truck or disire to walk to get to that course. There is also an object course across the path by McPherson, which is incredibly hard to follow if you haven't played it. Impossible, in fact.
The course I built, if there was not snow on the ground, would be easily playable by anyone who saw the first hole and tee pad. I'll give you directions when it's playable, and I run through and make sure all the tape is still up.
Basically though, it's just at the very end of the street, where it ends in a road block, and there is a forested area. In the Amberwood/Contential neighborhoods. If you were to walk straight back on the path from the gate (which serves no purpose, as there is a huge section of the fence down five feet from it), you would see the first tee pad on your right.
I'll make a legit map for it one day, and put a bunch of copies of it at Thorpe, when the world warms up.