This course is located on a slightly tilted plateau, which accounts for most of the features of this rather natural layout. Despite the absence of any elaborate design elements, many of the holes do have an interesting twist or at least a discernible strategy. It plays plenty firm as well, as there appears to be some sand underfoot. Coupled with the pronounced remoteness of the site it could be a hidden gem.

Much of the detail work is a bit off, though. The greens are not rolling true and the mowing patterns are simply awful. They create very tight fairways on an otherwise generous site; many good shots will end up in the rough. On a few holes the running game is killed by simply stopping the fairway well in front of the green. Some bunkers are filled with pebbles and designated as water hazards, for example on #7. No one is going to drive this par 4 and it is a lesser hole because of that.

The routing is fine with the exception of a few side-by-side holes in the early part of the round. As far as shot values go, many different clubs are tested, especially on the par 3s. The conditioning can be described as rustic, but tolerable through the green, but the putting surfaces themselves need work.