Plum Hollow welcomes the 104th Michigan Amateur Golf Championship

Plum Hollow Country Club is pleased to announce that it will host the 104th Michigan Amateur Golf Championship on June 22-26, 2015. Plum Hollow has a rich history of hosting championships, such as the Ryder Cup in 1943, the PGA Championship in 1947 and The Western Open in 1957, and is excited to welcome the state’s most prestigious men’s amateur golf event in 2015. As with all Golf Association of Michigan tournaments, spectators are welcome and admission is free.
 
Plum Hollow Country Club is the host of the 104th Michigan Amateur Golf Championship June 22-26. Plum Hollow has a rich history of hosting championships, such as the Ryder Cup in 1943, the PGA Championship in 1947 and The Western Open in 1957.
 
“We’re thrilled to welcome spectators and players to our historic club,” said Dave Sarris, Club President. “This is an exciting time for Plum Hollow, the community, and golf enthusiasts.”
 
The course, designed by famed architects Colt and Allison, highlights Plum Hollow’s natural beauty and will provide a dynamic backdrop for both spectators and contestants. With 162 participants registered to play in the 2015 Championship, this is an important event for the community.

About Plum Hollow Country Club: Plum Hollow Country Club is a private membership club revered for its sweeping elevations and picturesque ravines. Offering all of the amenities expected in a first-class club, Plum Hollow’s championship golf course is continually rated as one of the Top Private Club Courses in the state of Michigan.