Now on its what 5th? life, what a wonderful value this course is. Play it a few times to become familiar with the blind shots (it was a high-end private once). It is a little quirky but only #10 is really arguably up to snuff. Just figure out how to get it on the bottom level, play to green and move on.
#5 you say? Really not too much different in a lot of ways than the famous 7th at Pebble Beach, but no Ocean. It is actually a harder par. Not ideal, but again, don;t throw out the baby with the bathwater.
Excellent opener, as good as anything in Philly. 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 all have very broad appeal as great holes. 16-18 very quirky, but after 1-3 plays so you know, they are fun.
May be my favorite pay-to-play in Philly area.