I have not been there since the snow stuck on the ground. I am guessing that since it is a pretty wide open course, it would be somewhat easy to lose a disc in the snow... also, parking might be an issue if you do not drive something with 4 wheel drive.
The Apple Farm course is in excellent shape right now. Some muddy tee areas and a few wet spots, but incredible for January and for how much snow we had. It looks like the course will dry up very well in the Spring from what i have seen so far.
You are welcome --- and parking is different in that you need to park at the top of the hill and then walk down to the course. Next time I go I am going to play from the top of the hill to the practice basket next to hole 1. That must be a par 5 from there... at least. Fun stuff