A Providence area muni standard, the course was designed by Donald Ross, who summered in the area in the 1930's. The course plays to 6522 yards and 128 slope from the tips, and has much of the original design remaining. Small greens protected by bunkers,fairways tree lined and narrow at times. the par fives are fun since most are reachable in two. The front nine is mostly flat, while the back provides some elevation changes. If you spray the ball, this isn't for you. The course can play slow, and conditions suffer a bit in the summers with the heat and the number of rounds.