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Challenge and beauty are the hallmarks of Plum Hollow

Aesthetically pleasing.
Thoughtfully designed.
Challenging but fair to all skill levels.
And most importantly, fun to play every day.
If you agree with that standard of greatness,
then Plum Hollow is a must.


Garnering national recognition as one of Golf Digest’s Top 100, and host to numerous national tournaments (PGA, Ryder Cup, Western Open), Plum Hollow’s championship course seamlessly fuses the game to its surrounding with sweeping elevations and one of the best routings in the United States. The course was designed in 1921 by Colt & Alison, who are famous for their work at Muirfield, Royal Portush, Sunningdale, Milwaukee C.C., Sea Island G.C., and over 100 other courses, as well as for training Alister Mackenzie. The Rouge River watershed lies at the heart of the design, running through the property and bisecting every hole except for #3 and #4. Each of the remaining holes has 5’ to 50’ of elevation to navigate around, over or in-between. It is this ingenious use of the land, coupled with the best set of par 3’s in the state that allow the course to challenge the best, while being beautiful and fair for all. In addition to the five par 3’s, there are five par 5’s that allow for many birdie opportunities, as well as many disasters. Signature holes 5, 12 and 18 are unforgettable to anyone who has ever played them. Additionally, Sam Snead took the only competitive 10 of his career on #4 to lose the ’57 Western Open by one shot.

In addition to the great course, we also boast the convenient support to improve your game long before you hit the tee with an updated driving range and short game facility that includes five bunkers, and is the site for instruction given by Head Pros, John Jawor & Isaac Overman.