Riley's Conference Center

Fort Riley, Kansas     This course has been removed permanently.     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Dimond Cutter › November 27, 2011
B
the updates are fantastic! My only knock is that you can't get into too much trouble with an erant drive. Be ready to air it out and bring your arm for the three or four monster holes. B
-  +0 votes  + Brian Laughlin › July 13, 2011
B+
-  +0 votes  + Duane Gould › November 5, 2011
A
-  +0 votes  + Robert Adams › January 12, 2012
B+
I wanted to put off my review of this course until I got a little more experience under my belt. While I've got some, I've still got a ways to go. But after playing more than a fair share of courses I realize what we have here at Riley. We've put a lot of work into new pin placements, and realizing different lines and routes available on the course. Considering it used to be a 9 hole ball golf course (explaining the wide open fairways), I think we've maximized the usage of trees/elevation on the ...
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-  +0 votes  + Mathew Williamson › October 11, 2011
B+
This course has been under extensive renovation. Currently on Natural marked tees, this does not detract from the all grass course. This course contains skillfull placement of tees, elevation changes, Kansas wind, and takes advantage of the sparse foliage on this once 9 hole officer golf course. Growing support should translate soon to cement tee pads. With room to expand, come chuck some plates!
-  +1 votes  + Jon Tveite › October 14, 2011
B+
This course has been something of a jewel-in-the-rough for a while, but an industrious group of soldiers there have done a nice job polishing it up recently. They have moved, repaired, and replaced baskets, come up with new and more interesting hole layouts, and changed tee locations in ways that make the course more enjoyable and more challenging at the same time. The course has good hole variety, and makes good use of a lot of space and rolling terrain that provides some very memorable shots ...
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-  +0 votes  + Joshua Oothoudt › December 17, 2011
A
The course has come a long way. The course is set up very open, but the terrain changes give it a much more challenging aspect to it. The curators are doing a fantastic job. If you have the time, and the availability to get on base, on highly suggest you check this course out. You won't be disappointed!
-  +0 votes  + Bob Zane › December 21, 2011
B
-  +0 votes  + Dakota Beals › December 31, 2011
B-
Pros:This is a good course the with alot of distance. Some of the holes require some skill to work through threw the trees. There is also old golf cart paths that are OB so you got to be acurate with your drives on some holes. Cons: There are stakes in the ground that mark the tee pads that you can very easily cut yourself on if you get to close to them. Some of the tee pads are really spread apart so you have to walk to find the next hole.Some of the holes are wide open that dont need to be th ...
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-  +0 votes  + Drew "Poop Dolla" Myers › December 23, 2011
B+
-  +0 votes  + Josh Prasek "Pricecheck" › January 4, 2012
A-
New to the disc golf scene but this course has a great variation of shots, from open distance all of the way down to tunnel shots.

Layout of course isn't marked great but give it time and it'll happen.
-  +0 votes  + James Norman › April 14, 2012
A-
The conference center is getting dangerously close to being overgrown.