The original Bide-A-Wee layout featured extremely narrow and small greens that fell off severely on the sides. The course was renovated in the 90s by Tom Clark of Ault, Clark & Associates and Curtis Strange who did a masterful job of keeping the original hole corridors and the feeling of narrow green approaches yet the green square footage necessary to accommodate a busy public golf course. Strategically placed sand bunkers, waste areas and grass bunkers add interesting features to the course. The eight ponds were built to adequately drain the course and provide water hazards on ten different holes. Although thousands of pine trees were removed from the site, almost every fairway is lined with stately pines that form jail bars for wayward shots.