I converted Sabine's course map from meters to feet. (Here's a link to Sabine's original course map.)
Sabine and Shorty make this look so easy in the video. When I studied the course map, I thought OMG there's no way Belle and I can get through this course. Then I decided I would break the course up into smaller sections and decide what my best handling options were. By making wise choices about which way to turn your dog after 2, 4, 9, 10, and 17, you can instill a fair amount of flow into the course.
For those of you interested in an excruciatingly long description of how I decided to run this course, that information follows in the next few paragraphs. (If your eyes start to glaze over, just scroll down to the video.) The regular text indicates how I thought I might run the course from looking at the course map. The italicized text indicates any changes I made based on actually walking the course. The bold purple text indicates adjustments I made after working on the course with Belle.
I decided I would lead out to #2 and wrap Belle to the left while doing a front cross so that she is on my left going to #3. Post turn at #4 and wrap Belle to the left and rear cross on landing side. It should be easy to layer #4 while doing the rear cross. This will put me in a good position to do a front cross on the landing side of #6. Leading out from Belle's left side allowed me to give her a more vivid indication of her path to #2. A blind cross between #6 and #7 is sufficient.
Take Belle over #6 on my right and do a rear cross at #7 and a blind cross between #8 and #9. Post turn at #10 followed by an immediate rear cross and a push so that Belle will wrap to the right. Take Belle over #7 on my left, do a post turn to #8 and a rear cross between #8 and #9. (A better way to handle the turn from #10 to the dog walk might be to blend the post turn into a blind cross so that I wrap around the right wing with Belle on my left side. That would take the off-course #1 jump out of the picture. No way that's going to work. Being too close to the landing side lead to all sorts of problems at #10.)
Here's the video of our first two attempts to put the whole course together.