Winding Creek Golf Club was developed as nine holes in 1968 on what was once a horse farm. In 1975 a second nine was under construction.
A change of ownership in 1988, an improvement in playing conditions, and the popularity of golf led to the necessity of further expansion. In 1994 a third nine was added.
In 1998 Winding Creek acquired Chase Hammond Golf Club in Muskegon, Michigan. Although now the courses are run separately, the combination of these two golf courses brings the total number of holes to 45, catering to daily fee players, league players, golf outings and tournament play.