The Bamm Hollow Country Club opened in 1972. The course was designed by Hal Purdy and Malcolm Purdy. Nicholas Psiahas redesigned the course in the late 1970's, followed by Karl Litten in 1991.
The Red Course has narrow fairways. This hilly course has elevated greens and tees. There are three ponds that come into play on two holes.
The White Course has a few long par 4's. This course is mostly flat, but there are some hills that can cause uneven lies. This course is mostly open with a couple dogleg fairways. There is a pond that does not come into play. The signature hole is #6, a 461-yard, par 4. The fairways are flat, and the greens are fast.
The Blue Course has tight fairways and fast greens. This is a predominantly flat course that has been cut out of a forest. There is a pond that comes into play on the #6 hole.
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