Really nice park style course that will occasionally jump up and smack you in the face with a long difficult wooded hole.
Starting out the lake is in play a bit and it's not threatening but sticks in your mind just a bit. At least it did for me on that first drive. Which I could have parked but let up just a bit for fear of losing my headwind driver(it was really windy coming off the lake).
Many of the holes wind though right woods and I would note that forehand players such as myself or lefties have an advantage. But some of the holes are so long or turn so dramatically that your handedness matters less.
A lot of good long holes in the 400-600 range, as a guy with a good arm I kind of liked this aspect. But there are also some really cool twisty short holes that any player with great technical shots could hit. A couple of ace runs mixed in but they come with a side of trees.
Teepads were pretty nice and big and the signs are big and easy to see from afar.
A couple have directional info with small arrows on the post.
Baskets are new Discatcher pros which I love on a largely wooded course, well balanced and I noticed some multiple pockets for a few as well.
If you look in the cage there is a red arrow pointing to the next tee which is great touch.
The elevated baskets(naturally on a couple of holes like 11 and the one on the stump as well) add a small challenge.
The bridges and steps in some areas are helpful as well.
Plenty of benches and places to catch a rest if you need it.