Disc Golf Courses
Yulga Disc Golf Course
In January of 1999, the Stevens Point Parks Commission approved the concept/design for construction of a disc golf course on city-owned lands west of the Whitetail subdivision
The course is free to play.
Local resident and course designer Randy Schukar designed the course. His approach in designing it was in keeping with the environment and considered the other recreational uses of the area, such as the Green Circle
. The course opened in the fall of 2000.
The course design is world class in utilizing current course design concepts of risk/reward, balance, play options, challenge, fair length, maintainability, and aesthetics. The tee pads are concrete and have wooden posts colored red, white, blue, or a combination of those colors, which makes locating the appropriate one very easy. Signs located adjacent to each tee show a map of the hole and distances depending on pin location.
The three sets of tees (4,369 ft - 5,530 ft) will challenge players to their full potential and aid players in developing their skills. The course is mostly flat and is moderately wooded. The fairways and the area just off the fairways are generally trimmed, making it easy to find your disc, and all the pins have orange highlighting to make their locations easy to see.
See / Print a Map of the Yulga Disc Golf Course
From I-39/51, take Highway 66 exit (#159) east 1.2 miles (past airport) to a left on Torun Road, 0.6 miles to a left on Wojcik Memorial Road, 0.4 miles to the course across from the Town of Hull Municipal Building.
Mead Park Disc Golf Course
This 9-hole disc golf course is located in Mead Park on the west bank of the Wisconsin River.
McDill Disc Golf Course
This 9-hole disc golf course is located on city-owned land on Patch Street adjacent to the west bank of the Plover River (next to Johnson Towing, 3801 Patch Street).