These are two great courses. Find a way to get out there and play them. Both courses have everything to test your course management skills. But if you don't like playing "in the woods" or blind drives, don't bother.
Obvously, we must have played different courses. The south course is definately not what i would call an awesome course. Impossible or horrendous would be more my description. Even with a map, it is difficult to navigate the course. When you have walked further than you just played you get to play another impossible hole, making me question the logic of the designer. More trees than any course I've ever seen - imagine Blackthorn in Smithville, Down under, or the first several holes at Cliff - BEFORE ANY trees were taken out. There IS no hole management on alot of the holes....its throw and pray you get through a few of the trees, then throw and pray again. Not all holes were like that...but most of the other ones are blind (down hill, up hill, a turn blocked by trees, or a combination of the above). Fortunately, I spared myself the agony of the north course (although I did hear it was better than the south one) by shooting so horribly in the first round.