The course has two relatively different nines.
The front nine takes on a traditional rural course. It features three tees per hole with relatively little difference between back and middle distances. The sixth hole on this course is the first par five of the day and is a challenge with its reachable distance and peninsula green.
The back nine is more of a links type layout offering four tees per hole. From the championship tees, the back nine plays similar in length, but from the member tees it plays shorter. While the back nine offers the longest hole on the course at 615 yards from the tips, there are also several birdie opportunities, including the short par fours at 10 and 17.
On the front nine, the gold and blue tees are the same, but they are separate on the back nine.
The club recently opened a brand new clubhourse. A recent change also swapped pars on the final two holes of the front nine. The eighth is now a par four that is 503 yards from the tips. The members' tees were moved forward to make the hole more manageable. The ninth was extended to a short par five. It used to be a long par four.
This course was one of the first in Alberta to employ Standard Golf's smart-fit flagstick and cup technology. To this date they still use this system.