A pretty rural course, hard to get to, but in good condition considering the remoteness. The first nine holes are relatively standard fare, a few interesting holes, a few conventional ones and one or two head-scratchers, such as a driveable par 4 without any defenses. This part of the site is fairly slim and long, so an out-and-back loop is the only way to route it. Hence it is quite walkable, but also a bit predictable.
It's a different story on the back nine, which seems like an afterthought or even a completely separate course. There are a number of wild undulations and some pretty unusual holes as a result. The property has a better shape, but it is also a lot smaller, so the architect happily lets the round end with five short par 4s in a row. Scoring can be very low, but there's also the inevitable head-scratcher that forces an iron off the tee.
In all this is a playable course, but certainly not unmissable. One wonders whether in these remote parts of the country not more land could be made available to create a smoother and more diversified routing. The terrain in this region is actually quite suitable.