A great variety of holes overall and each memorable in its own right.
It is not an overly demanding course especially from the tee but I am not sure that a good golfing resort necessarily needs a tough golf course. Bonville is however one that provides interest all the way. If the golf is not going too well then there is always the opportunity to relax and enjoy the surrounds as that is what gives B.I.G.R its appeal.
The course is a pleasure to play, more especially as it is not the sort of golf course that when you walk off you feel battered and with the management and commitment now in place, things can only further improve.
The beauty of the Resort is that it is a hideaway, if that is what you are after, but it is also close to Coffs Harbour (11 kilometres) and the increasingly trendy seaside holiday village of Sawtell. There are some great restaurants there if you are looking for variety but having dined at the Resort on the Saturday evening of my stay I can recommend the food, the service and the outlook (you look over the 18th with floodlights making almost ghost like figures of the flooded gums).
All in all a fine golfing resort.