Plum Hollow Country Club was founded in 1921, a classic "Golden Age" course laid out originally by C.H. Alison (partner of H.S. Colt). The Club has a rich history, including its hosting of the 1943 Ryder Cup, the 1947 PGA Championship and the 1957 Western Open, among others.
Though the course has been altered over time by a number of architects and influences, our planning approach will look to sympathetically resurrect the spirit of Alison's architectural traits along with improved infrastructures and sensible design improvements that will keep the course ripe for the game today and into the future.
Original C.H. Alison design - 1921
Ryder Cup - 1943
PGA Championship - 1947
Women's Western Amateur - 1951
Western Open Championship - 1957
Michigan Amateur - 2015