1962 - Margeret passed away and Russell and Mary (Woodbury Thompson) Rush took ownership of the property.
1964 - Russell and Mary built the front 9 holes of the course naming it Rushmoor after the Moors of Scotland. In 1965 the housing developments began to be built on the front 9.
1975 - Brothers Donald and Paul Miller purchased the Property, built the back 9 holes, erected a fountain next to 4 green, and named the course Fountain Head. In the Early 1980’s- The City of Plymouth took over management of the course with the State Exchange Bank having ownership of the property.
1989 - Larry Nunemaker purchased the property with plans of development along Michigan Road.
1993 - Robert Booth of Kansas City, MO purchased the course and named it Plymouth Rock Golf Course.
2013 - Locally owned and operated business, ITAMCO, purchased the Plymouth Rock Golf Course. Many improvements were made across the course and inside the clubhouse.
2017 - Plymouth Rock Golf Course name changed to Woodbury Golf Course. The name pays homage to the original settlers of the golf course property.