This course is mainly open with really no true "wood" holes. The front nine plays very nicely with multiple birdie opportunities. Holes 1-4 range from 229 to 317 feet with not many trees, with hole four going over the Flint River. They can easily be birdied with a decent drive. Hole 5 is the only hole with some tree interference with a low ceiling, but not so bad to make it impossible. Holes 6-8 are a still pretty wide open, yet a little longer, which makes them a bit harder to birdie. Hole 9 is a nice, open par 4 and one of the two longest hole on the course at around 650 feet.
The back nine is definitely more difficult, especially holes 13-15. Holes 10, 11, and 12 are all about 300 feet, mostly open, with 11 going back over the Flint River. This takes us to the more difficult holes on the course 13-15. What makes these holes more challenging is that they are bordered by very tall (some parts over 6ft.) grasses/weeds on the right, and woods on the left, with the grasses/weeds being O.B. The fairways are quite narrow as well, which makes accuracy key. On the last three holes the course opens up again, with hole 17 being a 500 foot wide open, elevated shot from on top of a hill.
Overall this is a lengthy, fun course that tests your drive strength, accuracy, and stamina.