With the Swiss Alps as a beautiful backdrop, Brittatorp Championship has been carved into the rough plateau of a mountaintop. Many holes feature noticeable changes in elevation, and many of the holes showcase the rolling landscape atop the plateau, and the drop offs that surround it. The course is defined by its narrow, tree surrounded fairways that offers a tough challenge to players on windy days. Sand traps appear frequently along the fairways and greens as the main deterrent to the player. Small, steep fairway-side hills can also act as a hazard, but also as an aide; it all depends on the players' luck. Brittatorp will be remember for a long time by those who play it for its beautiful sights, sloping grounds, and its final two holes, which have massive elevation changes. The course is suited for multiple level of play, offering tee lengths at 7437, 7141, and 6727 yds, and 4 pin positions.