Turns out I misunderstood their website and the tourney was going on this past weekend. I got to talk to one of the guys from High Fly Discs (working the merch stand and selling discs) and got to throw 1-9 with him during the lunch break.
If I remember correctly, #5 or 6 is a long open hole, remniscient of an easier #18 at Rennaisance due to the massive powerline towers in the fairway...just without a massve canyon to avoid. You throw from about 75' in front of the first tower (casual play: mando around the tower. tourney play: around the tower, or in between the legs...up to the TD) and the basket is under the second tower about 700'+ away. I birdied it with ~325' upshot, parked
Also, theres a REALLY fun downhill shot that's at least 500', if not more, with a creek about 75' from the basket. It's easy to lay up short of the creek, but if you go for it and miss short, you are OB in the creek. If you can sneak a long one across the creek there's a shot at eagle...but they masterfully placed a few short bushes around the basket to keep you from getting a clear shot at it. And the course isn't only designed for big D. There's a lot of shorter birdie holes, punishing line-shaping holes, and a few blind shots using elevation change and turning fairways through the woods. It's designed really well.
It definitely competes with Charlotte courses in terms of difficulty, variance in length and line-shaping, and it's incredibly well kept. The park is new, and the signage is new too, and it's a disc golf course and nothing else...so no pedestrians or other traffic to worry about. It's definitely going to be on my list of favorite courses...and plus my in-laws live 2 miles away from it. I'm headed back in 2 weeks to play it again.