It is a 9 hole course. The yardage is 2270 from the yellow and ladies tees and 2503 from the white competition tees
The course drains exceptionally well although in recent years it has suffered from increased rainfall which has necessitated additional drainage works.
The course climbs from a woodland setting at the clubhouse over the first two holes to a more open and level terrain. Once the initial climb is over the going is easy with a variety of natural hazards providing interest and a test for the golfer. Golfers enjoy views of the Galloway hills, the Rhinns o’ Kells, the River Ken below and south over Loch Ken to the Solway Coast and English Lake District.
During quiet periods, golfers may elect to play 15 holes round the top by going from the 8th green to the 3rd tee. This eliminates going down the hill and back again. The winter league is played in this fashion.
The par for 18 holes is 68 and the standard scratch score 67.