Plum Hollow membership options reflect the diverse lifestyle needs of individuals, couples and families. Active Membership (for people over age 36) includes full club privileges: golf, dining, pool, tennis, plus junior sports for families. Intermediate Membership (for people under age 36) includes full club privileges; golf, dining, pool, tennis, junior sports for families. Social Membership allows for full dining privileges, pool and tennis in a non-stock membership.
Plum Hollow Dining


Plum Hollow offers a diverse range of dining options to its members. Whether you’re looking for a quick snack at the pool or golf course snack stands, a casual lunch or dinner with loved ones at the Art Moran Pub Room, or an elegant formal dining experience at the Tee Top room, Plum Hollow’s culinary team has got you covered. Other options include the Mixed Grill for casual dining, a Private Dining Room, a Member Patio and deck that offers open or covered outdoor dining with breathtaking views, as well as banquet and meeting rooms.

Download our breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus.


A full-service Catering Department can help plan any event from 4 to 275 people. Every detail will receive attention to make your function a first-class experience.

Please contact us at 248-469-4754 or by email at for additional information, a tour and customized proposal to fit your individual needs.

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Etiquette and Attire

The intent of the code is to make our environment more enjoyable and help sustain the quality of membership and standard of excellence upon which Plum Hollow Country Club was established. Proper attire while at Plum Hollow is not only important in the clubhouse, but also on the golf course and surrounding areas of the club.

Always Prohibited

Clothes deemed inappropriate at all times in the Clubhouse and on the Golf Course:

Athletic or jogging clothes (shirts and pants)

T-Shirts and sleeveless shirts without a collar

Tennis and swim apparel

Cargo style shorts

Hats and visor in the clubhouse

Hats and visors worn backwards

Clubhouse/Country Club attire means generally business attire or business casual. Appropriate attire for men includes business slacks and collared shirts. Golf appropriate shorts may also be worn. Tailored button down dress shirts are not required to be tucked in, unless on the golf course or practice grounds. Golf shirts must remain tucked in at all times. Casual dress appropriate shoes and loafers are required. Examples of acceptable attire for women include business slacks, dress capris, skirts and dress shorts, tailored shirts and blouses and sweaters. Attire for minors should reflect the same policy as for adults. Denim is not considered appropriate Country Club attire for adults or children.


Good taste and judgment should always prevail in the absence of a specific requirement. Plum Hollow prefers that its members and guests dress up rather than dress down when visiting the Club. Plum Hollow is a private club and in many ways an extension of the homes of our members. This should always be kept in mind in matters of dress and behavior at our club.

Country Club attire is always permitted in the Clubhouse and on the Golf Course. For the Golf Course, Country Club attire means:


Sleeved golf or sport shirts with a collar


Golf slacks or golf shorts


Sport coats and ties are not required as a general rule, but may be required for special events


Golf skirts or skorts for ladies


Ladies may wear sleeveless shirts with a collar


Golf shirts must remain tucked in at all times or for ladies must have a fitted waistband


Shorts and skirts should be fingertip length


Hats and visor are to be worn bill forward at all times


For more information or questions about experiencing The Plum Life, please email or fill out the form.

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