A mid-1980s design, the course at Oppegård Golfklubbb exhibits something of a split personality – a tight, tree-lined front nine followed by a more open, parkland-style back nine.
Occupying a small 100-acre site (where many of the holes are laid out on a north-south axis), the course extends to 5,584 metres from the back tees and the two nines conclude with parallel par five holes that are separated by a long, central watercourse as they head towards the clubhouse.
Highlight holes include the right doglegging par four 5th (with out of bounds along the left of the fairway) and the shortest of the par threes on the scorecard at the 144-metre 7th, which plays to a lightly bunkered offset green.
On the back nine, water comes into play at both the par three 11th and par four 12th. On the first of these holes, a ditch cuts diagonally across in front of the putting surface and on the other hole a pond lurks to the right of a long, narrow green.