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.