The Outback

Greeley, Colorado     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Carla Akers › March 4, 2017
Course is Playing well this time of year.
-  +0 votes  + Christa Natke › August 20, 2016
I chose to play this course because of the high rating, however Tee box #1 is on the sidewalk and is poorly marked. I had to ask a biker where it was. This followed throughout the course with several holes starting from the sidewalk, all if which were poorly marked. There were also absolutely no fairways, with 500 + holes. The grass was in places taller than me (5'8") making it nearly impossible to find discs. Maybe I'm biased from playing the beautiful Michigan courses, but I expected way more from a course with an A rating. Waste of an evening.
-  +1 votes  + Kevin Kline › June 10, 2016
Could only play 3 holes because the tall grass was higher than my waistline (I'm 6'5''). Seemed like a challenging course but just could not manage the grass/weeds/marshlands. Tough to navigate.
-  +1 votes  + Chad Bennett › May 8, 2016
Great variety of shots. Challenging, but not overwhelming. Almost perfect other than the tall grass and a couple holes where it's hard to find the next tee
-  +1 votes  + Bruce Kettle › March 15, 2015
The only thing that could make this course better, would be, if the whole thing was covered in short, green grass.. :-)
-  +1 votes  + Carl Cicero › December 8, 2014
Excellent course when the grass and weeds are cut. The city doesnt mow it much during the summer so I've seen weeds that were as tall as me, no fun finding discs in that. Other than that, it's a great place to take your game to the next level
-  +1 votes  + Cameron McPherson › March 27, 2014
-  +1 votes  + Gary Kloberdanz › January 30, 2014
As part of 3 Rivers Disc Golf Club, which planned and installed the course, I am very biased. The Outback is an excellent course with a creek running through it. Unfortunately the City of Greeley Parks and Recreation does not allow it to be mowed enough so it becomes a "safari" course in the summer. However, the other 3 seasons are sweet. Please play the course and you will love it!
-  +1 votes  + Spencer Kahla › October 31, 2013
I very much so enjoyed this course. Has a wide variety of shots with tough out of bound and a river through most of it. It completely wraps around back to the parking lot. It needs a bit more signage but i just grabbed a map from the funplex my first time and have been good since then.
-  +0 votes  + Ryan Bloom › January 22, 2013
-  +2 votes  + Korey Hilmes › May 6, 2012
By far my favorite course, Greeley has been in desperate need for a new course. The Outback is a perfect combination of long and short holes, with some tricky shots and sweet Ace opportunities. The "woods" setting and feeling for this course provides the perfect atmosphere and difficulty adn Greely frolfing has needed.
-  +0 votes  + Derrick Hubbs › May 7, 2012
First off I would like to say that I liked this course a lot. There has been a lot of hard work put into it by the community and a good challenging course is something this area has needed for some time now. That being said I will never play this course again. Giving feedback on this course is not suggested as it will just get you a email from the planner suggesting you try an "easier" course. There is still a lot of work that needs to be done here from grooming, to proper walkways and bridges ...
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-  +0 votes  + Brian Jones › May 2, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Mike Horak › April 15, 2012
Sweet layout, OB everywhere! Gotta have every shot in your bag. Risk-Reward Course!
-  +0 votes  + Mike Storrs › March 28, 2012
Going to be a great course. Once signage goes in it will be more enjoyable. Spent considerable time finding tee boxes. Simple Arrows would help tremendously. Excellent tight course that puts a premium on being able to hit your line. Can't wait to play it when the trees are lush with leaves.
-  +0 votes  + Eric Lind › April 2, 2012
Great use of space. Tees are great year round and the course is only going to get better with time. Easy to follow layout and a great course for any skill level. Love the fact that water is in play on many holes but no treat to lose a disc. Best thing we have to a true "golf" course were its not all birdies but actually have to make smart shots throughout the round.
-  -2 votes  + Josh Wainscott › October 15, 2011
Great course variety, long and short shots. Nice woodsy feel, only downside is that it is very technical and tight, and no easy access bathrooms or water.
-  +0 votes  + Tomahawk Tony › May 7, 2011
very good use of land... lots challenging shots...good variety... looks like its going to be a great course once the baskets are in the ground
-  +0 votes  + Todd Krauss › May 3, 2011
Challening course with some tight shots and fairly long overall. Excited to get the funds raised to install this course with 3 basket locations per hole.
-  +0 votes  + Andrew Ahlberg › March 6, 2011
Fun very challenging course that winds it's way along the river. Great spacing between pins and pads for tournament play and flow. Water comes into play on many of the holes with potential for penalty strokes on any arrant throws. Great design. Pack a lunch or The Outback will eat yours. Hats off to the designer and big ups to Greeley getting a top notch 18 hole course.
-  -2 votes  + Christopher Thomas › March 29, 2012
A wide variety of shots, keeping players on their toes. Treacherous pin placements and OB throughout. Keep an eye on your disc and watch for snakes! Hole 5 is my favorite, a severe dog leg left with a window to shoot through after landing off the tee. Par is a good score here for most amateur players, while advanced and pros will shoot lower. Watch out for the creek which winds its way through the course and is well hidden by tall grass. The front nine is almost finished, needing only sign ...
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