A rural and pretty rustic course that sits on a smallish property, although the surrounding country is fairly wide. The front nine are played in a gently undulating parkland setting with a mixture of charming and nondescript holes. The back nine is more exciting and features some real slopes and quite a bit of blindness.

The whole thing doesn't quite come together as a course, there is no unifying element or overarching concept behind the design. Still, some of the holes are quite unconventional and that should be applauded. For example, on both loops the two par 3s come back-to-back and the second one takes one more club than the first - a very unusual configuration.

There is something to be said about the conditioning and that is that there is a lot of room for improvement. Even considering the rustic nature of the track, but the greens should really roll the ball better.