The jewel of Fox Hills is the Golden Fox, an upscale links style 18-hole championship course, designed by Arthur Hills. Reminiscent of the great Scottish seaside courses, it features prairie grasses, wetlands,golden box steep bunkers and large gently-undulating bent-grass greens. One of the most popular 18-hole championship courses in Southeast Michigan due to its playability, it offers variety with four sets of tees designed to suit every level of player. The Golden Fox also offers an extensive driving range with 28 hitting bays available. Although we are a public course, our 32,000 square foot clubhouse rivals most country clubs and offers the amenities and ambiance of a private club experience.
Fox Classic Course
Fox Classic provides a fine example of traditional country club golf course design. The gently rolling hills, mature trees and small greens make it a classic treasure. Recent renovations perfectly blend modern course design enhancements with the character and tradition of the original layout. The original 18-hole course, designed by Wilfred Reid, was built in 1927 as the Plymouth Country Club. An additional 9 holes, designed by Jim Lipe, was constructed in 1982 to complete the 27-hole layout. The three nines are known as the Hills, the Woodlands, and the Lakes. The clubhouse features Fox Hills' original log-cabin clubhouse, dating back to 1927. The Clubhouse was renovated in 2008 and has warm inviting interiors keeping of that log cabin charm.
Strategic Fox Course
The Strategic Fox, designed by Ray Hearn, opened in 2001. Hearn fashioned the layout to permit the golfer to use every club in the bag on this intriguing and picturesque Par 3 course. Quick and fun to play, the Strategic Fox is great for beginners while also providing challenges for those more experienced players interested in sharpening their short-game skills. Also available is 20 hitting bay driving range along with a Short Game Area.