The course is rather short, but it retains the genuine charm of an old style links course. You really feel the winds of history both in the clubhouse and on the course.
The course has nine holes (par 34) that are played twice for an 18-hole game. The layout is done like many older courses, with shared fairways (holes 1 and 3), greens in landing areas (1st green from the 3rd tee, 8th green from 5th tee, 4thgreen from 9th tee), which means that players will have to pay attention, and that you will often meet other players and have time for a short chat, just like in old, less stressful times. Not only will you meet other players, you will also meet people on the way to the beach on the walkways crossing the course here and there. All in all, this is probably the least modernized course in Sweden, with everything pretty much as it was in the 1930s.