Tree Acres Golf Course, is a Public, 27 hole golf facility located in Plover, Wisconsin.
Tree Acres Golf Course first opened for play in 1991. The course was designed by Don J. Stepanik Jr.
Tree Acres Golf Course was carved out of a forest over flat terrain.
The 9-hole Arbor Course measured 2,599 yards. The 9-hole Pines Course measured 3,565 yards. The 9-hole Birch Course measured 3,136 yards.
Tree Acres Golf Course closed in 2006.
There were big plans for Tree Acres Golf Course when it closed in 2006. In a truly ambitious undertaking, Scott and Holly Neale of Plover, under the name H20 Development, planned to convert the old Tree Acres Golf Course to a 548-acre development called Centre Lakes, featuring an 18-hole, Bobby Weed-designed golf course, a 306-room hotel and convention center and a huge waterpark. Single-family homesites and condos were also to be offered for sale.
The centerpieces of the new property - which carried an estimated price tag of $230 million, was going be two manmade lakes with stadium seating for 15,000 spectators designed for high-level water-skiing competitions and possibly other events during winter.
As of 2010 (November) the course remains closed and the property is listed for sale with an asking price just under $4 million at $3,950,000.
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