Open for play in 1991, the City of Greeley’s Boomerang Links Golf Course is a links-style championship eighteen-hole golf course with plush fairways, large greens, tall native grasses, and over 50 bunkers.
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1st Hole: BELONGANEFF
Starting your round with a straight ahead par-4 makes for an easy birdie hole. Landing your tee shot on the right side of the fairway makes for a great approach shot into the green. Be careful on the approach shot as the green is protected on the left side by two bunkers.
2nd Hole: WHATEVER
This slight dogleg left par-4 gives an advantage to the golfer who lands their tee shot on the right side of the fairway. Like the previous green, this one also is protected by two bunkers on the right side of the green.
3rd Hole: KANGAROO RUN
Out of bounds on the right and left from the teeing area makes the first par-5 at Boomerang a must hit fairway on your tee shots, while also keeping approach shot in the fairway. A short approach shot to the green helps with trouble around the green and the severe back to front slope of the green. The best approach shot is keeping ball below the hole.
4th Hole: MATILDA BAY
This challenging short par-3 requires the golfer to pick the right club so they can place their tee shot on the green avoiding the water from the tee to the green and the bunkers on front right and left.
5th Hole: BADGINGARRA
This straightaway uphill par-4, plays best with an accurate tee shot to the right side of the fairway. After the tee shot, this hole doglegs to the left to a wide but shallow green with a bunker front and center of green.
6th Hole: BOOMERS MATE
With two bunkers on the left side of the fairway, play this straightaway par-4 to the right of the fairway off the tee. With a long and narrow green, sloping back to front and bunkers on the front and left, your approach shot has to be on target. Being below the hole is a must on this green if you want any shot at a birdie.
7th Hole: NO NAME CORNER
When it comes to par-3 on the front it doesn’t get any easier with this one. Playing 206 from the tips, this green is heavily protected with bunkers on the middle right and left side of the green. With severe slopes on both sides of green and a tremendous amount of slope on back half of green, playing to middle of green is the best approach.
8th Hole: MUD SKIPPER
This scenic par-4 requires a tee shot over a small pond favoring the left side of fairway. The green has a false front with the back half of green being wide and shallow. The best approach shot is playing to center of green and avoid large indentation of deep rough to right of fairway and front right of green.
9th Hole: PARAPARAMU
Playing 565 from the tips, your tee shot is best played favoring the right side of the fairway to avoid the small pond. This two-tiered green with bunkers on the front left and right requires a precise approach shot.
10th Hole: KAKADU
This hole requires your best off the tee with water down the entire right side of the fairway leading into the green and out-of-bounds stakes along the left. With a bunker on left, this tiered green is from left to right instead of the traditional back to front.
11th Hole: GREAT BARRIER REEF
Continuing with water and out of bounds, this par-5 requires another excellent tee shot with water on the right and out-of-bounds on the left side of the fairway. The best tee shot is center of fairway avoiding two bunkers on left side of fairway and a habitat area on left side catching longer tee shots. A short iron approach shot will help avoid the front left bunker and a small lake on right side and continuing behind the green.
12th Hole: GRAND CAY
After surviving the last two holes, it doesn’t get any easier with this par-3. Take a deep breath on the tee box and select a club that will put you below the pin, avoiding the two bunkers on the left and the water on the right.
13th Hole: TASMANIAN DEVIL
A straightaway hole with water on right, out of bounds on left and bunkers on left that need to be avoided with the tee shot. Good accurate yardage on the approach shot is crucial to a green that has water in front and on the right.
14th Hole: AUSSIE ALPS
This shorter par-4 plays up a small hill and has a shorter approach shot than the others. With two bunkers right of fairway and two bunkers to left of fairway, make sure you strike the ball well. Accurate yardage for approach shot is needed to avoid the bunker on front right of green and a bunker on front left of green.
15th Hole: BIG WATER
A downhill par-5 with a lake to the right of fairway and out of bounds to the left puts an emphasis on tee shots hit in the fairway. A bunker on right side of green and a bunker on left front of the green can come into play but the green slopes slightly back to front giving an opportunity to hit short iron shots close to the hole.
16th Hole: VALLEY OF SIN
This longer par-3 plays to a wide and shallow green with a bunker directly in front center of the green. This hole may play a little downhill but shots hit over this green could end in trouble.
17th Hole: ULURU
The longest par-4 on the golf course and the toughest hole on the course plays uphill the entire way. This hole also has the largest putting green on the course. The green is protected by a bunker front right and a bunker front left, making club selection on approach shots difficult. Using one more club is recommended. .
18th Hole: THE GREAT SANDY
This scenic par-4 is the perfect finishing hole. This straightaway par-4 with water on the right side that wraps back behind the green, Boomerang Links native grasses line the left side and there is a large bunker front center of green. The green is wide and shallow making approach shots with longer clubs played to right or left of front bunker successful. This is a great finishing hole to a wonderful golfing experience at Boomerang Links Golf Course.