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Plymouth Golf Facility Focuses on 'Fairways, Feast and Friends'

Learn more about this Plymouth business in this week's Business Spotlight.

Fox Hills Golf & Banquet Center opened in Plymouth in 1974. Photo credit: Fox Hills Golf & Banquet Center
Fox Hills Golf & Banquet Center opened in Plymouth in 1974. Photo credit: Fox Hills Golf & Banquet Center
Julia Grelak, director of sales and marketing for Fox Hills Golf & Banquet Center, said her Plymouth business opened in 1974.

She recently submitted information about the business to Patch. If you have a business and want to participate in Patch's Small Business Shout Out, you can fill out the online form.

How did your business get started? Alexander & Estelle Dul with their daughters Kathy & Sandy purchased the course and began to turn the property around. Course and clubhouse renovations were undertaken and growing demand for golf prompted the family to add another 9 holes in 1983 making Fox Hills into a 27-hole complex. In 1986, Alexander passed away, which only served to strengthen the family's resolve to continue the work he helped start.

What services does your business provide?
3 Diverse & beautifully manicured golf courses- 63 holes in all. One championship course, one 27-hole classic course and a 18 hole- par 3 course designed by Ray Hearn. We have a Learning Center with 9 PGA/LPGA instructors with indoor bays for golf students to train all year long. Fox Hills also offers 3 breath taking wedding ceremony and reception sites.

What do you want your business to be best known for?
Fox Hills' motto is fairways, feast and friends. This encompasses what we are all about!

What's your most popular service?
Golf Outings, Golf Instruction, Weddings, Corporate Meetings & Dinners, Award-Winning Sunday Brunch and more!

Why did you choose the location that you did
? The Dul Family chose Plymouth because of its potential for growth and the family friendly characteristics of the area.

For more information, call 734-453-7272 or check out http://www.foxhills.com.

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