The first hole offers a deep ravine, the second, a narrow opening. The sixth hole is especially treacherous if the hole layout isn't checked because there is a hidden creek midway.
The best part was the sense of being out on your own. The course was somewhat crowded on a Saturday morning but moved at a 4 hour pace.
The hardest part was the very fast greens where the ball picked up speed until off the green; a light touch on the putter was required.
All in all, the course plays fun until it gets warmer, noseeums, gnats, biting flies, mosquitos grew more numerous as the morning progressed.