I saw this course run by several people last Saturday, in Hattiesburg. Very few Q'd. A surprising # of D's had trouble at 4, which looks so simple to handle with an OUT command. Due to wide spacing between obstacles and 3 long tunnels, you either have to run a lot to reach the back side, or handle from a distance. The course below shows what I think the judge might have intended to test for -- distance handling. Because without that skill, there is almost always an obstacle in your way to run wide of, or you have to run right alongside your dog all around the course -- a long run.
Sheryl and I divided the course up into trouble spots (5-7; 9-13; 15-19) to practice separately, with a target moved around from just past 6 to just past 7 to encourage go outs. Each one could be handled from greater and greater distances as D gains confidence.
That's my take on it anyway. We'll see how it goes next week.
Sun's coming out after a horrible thunder storm late last night. I may get in some back yard practice a little later on. However, Maxie and Lucky are both zonked. Hattiesburg trip, and last night, wore them out. I'm a bit worn out myself.