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Tomahawk, WI 
Treehaven Share
Uploaded By: Dr Derek Hole #8 (Taken 10/2011)
3 / 289ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #8 Alt. Tee

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Course Conditions as of 9/22/2015
Course is closed permanently. Baskets pulled and teepad frames disassembled. Campus staff stated the equipment was being used to build another course in the area.
(Last updated by dsahagian)

Course Details
PermanentCourse Type:
2009Year Established:
Designer(s): "Platy Daddy" Randy Schukar, "Duster" Don Hoffman, "DR" Derek Radtke & UWSP Disc Golf Club members
Moderately Hilly & Heavily WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
20 / 20Holes / Baskets:
4767 ft. – 5188 ft.Course Length: Metric
        61 Par Info:
        53.7 DGCR SSE: [ ? ]
Yes / YesMultiple Tees / Pins:
GravelTee Type:
Mach 5Hole Type:
34 / 57 Rounds Recorded / Average Score:     
-- Discs Lost:
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Misc. Info.: Camping Nearby    No Pets    Private
Description: A challenging course with tight fairways, brutal rough, and rugged terrain. located at Treehaven, a College of Natural Resources field station of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

NOTE: The course will be closed Nov 15-24 for the 2013 deer hunting gun season, and also closed Dec 8-12 for a deer tracking course.

The course was designed and built primarily by members of the UWSP Disc Golf Club "The Ace Holes". It sits on over 30 acres of forest with the changes in terrain allowing for some challenging and fun holes. This course has been a work in progress for many years, and continues to show new improvements.

There is not a charge to play the course, but we do appreciate donations. There are no pets or glass allowed on the course. Players must yield to classes using the property, particularly during the CNR summer camp from mid-May through August each summer. Please respect our course set on this beautiful UWSP property.

Winter Disc Golf Notice!
Please do not walk on the groomed ski trails during winter! Holes # 1-6 overlay this ski trail used to teach youth/school groups. If you wish to play during snow covered periods (January- April), PLEASE do not disturb these ski trails! Golfers may walk across the trails when necessary, (of course), but please respect the other winter recreational activities on this beautiful property.
Thank you for your cooperation.