The playability and character of a golf course depends decisively on details: The shapes of bunkers must fit, edges must be visible. Tees should lie correctly in the terrain, and green models should be interesting but not too heavy. The intensive analysis of the terrain and its particular topographical features determines the appearance of the golf course.
In the end, a close examination of the details of a golf project determines whether it will stand out from the rest. This requires expertise, a high level of knowledge of the game and creativity in planning and construction management.