The last course that Bernhard von Limburger designed and not a bad one at all. The site is completely flat and dull, but he crafted it into an interesting and challenging track. The surroundings of the course are some of the most awful anywhere, but they are very well concealed, so there is a certain intimacy and elegance to the course.

The styling, as usual for von Limburger, is English parkland a la Colt. Trees play a large part, but never in a confining way. They are used strategically to create playing angles, not just as fairway lining that over time creeps up on the golfers. There are also some nicely grown in water hazards and a few undulations for variety. The green complexes including the sand traps are distinctive, while the fairway bunkering is sparse and very likely no one would notice if they were filled in overnight.