Poland does not contain very much terrain that is well suited to golf, and Toya Golf and Country Club occupies level, unpromising ground, though half of the course does play through woodlands. Designer Jeremy Pern was nevertheless able to construct a modest, classic layout that nicely alternates tension and ease. There is an abundance of water that creates definition for the fairways and greens, though these hazards are part of the strategy on less than half of the holes. Players with solid drives can navigate the hazards fairly quickly provided that they are willing to take some chances. Strategic players will keep their scores low by carefully calculating their approaches. Low handicappers will want to play off the tips, while others can take advantage of teeing options. What Pern has managed to do, in sum, is to turn a very run-of-the-mill tract into a very polished piece of course architecture.