This demanding course is reflected in the length of the fairways, which makes having a big throwing arm very useful. However, distance alone is not enough, the track also requires accuracy. The course has played the Finnish Championships in 2010 and 2016, as well as several other significant competitions.
The course is mainly in park-like area, but narrow and wooded fairways can also be found to ensure versatility. The base is grass, which is regularly maintained. The terrain is very varied in surface shape and the height differences have been used interestingly in the design of the course. This course has even been praised as the best in Finland.
The course is difficult, but of course players of any level can play. It is not unlikely that you might not hit many pars during your first round here.