A distinctive feature of Angel Hill is that holes 1, and 9 through 18 are located in Clinton County, while holes 2 through 8 lie across the Wildcat Creek in Carroll County. The two are connected by a steel county bridge that is now part of the course.
Another unique landmark of the course is a small family cemetary dating back to the turn of the century. Located near the 15th tee, the graveyard is orginal to the farm that once occupied this portion of the course.
A number of small bridges cross the stream that runs through the course. The signature feature of Angel Hill is this small covered bridge connecting holes 15 and 16.