A flat course in industrial surroundings with quite a bit of traffic noise, as it is situated right next to a highway. On the positive side, there are some nice views of the "Bergstrasse", a hilly and sunny region with the earliest springtime in all of Germany. While the fairways look wide, they actually aren't - bunkers pinch in almost every landing zone and the rough is gnarly.

It's not a short course either, the yardage looks less because of an additional par 3 on the back 9. But there is an ample supply of long par 4s, with the two starting holes being also the most difficult. However, if the fairway can be found, then the rest is rather easy - the green complexes feature harmless bunkers and few undulations. With the exception of #11 and a few of the par 3s, driver is the play off every tee. This brings the bunkers into play, they are unusually intrusive, but also fairly tame.

The routing is not ideal, because the railway runs right through the course and splits it into two parts. So there is a longer walk after the first hole to get to the other side and then another to get back after the 8th. While the site's limitations and likely the club's budget preclude a better course, they are doing a good job upholding a friendly atmosphere.