This isn't syncing, but it does mean you can see two or more calendars in the same app and same view.
If you don't have a phone, or your problem is on your PC and you're still using the Outlook application in Windows, it could be time to ditch it and move to the online version, Outlook.com, which supports multiple calendars.
I'm sure by now all of you are aware that the old good Google Calendar Sync is not supported any longer.
And you don't need to have the third eye to understand at least one reason why they discontinued it.
You might think you do, but there are several alternative approaches which might solve your problem.
For example, if you have an i Phone, Android phone or just about any other smartphone, you should be able to add multiple accounts (and therefore multiple calendars) and have Google and Outlook calendars appear together in the same app.
Hovering the cursor over the Subscribe To Calendar button displays a webcal URI provided by Yahoo! Right-click or Control-click the Subscribe To Calendar button and choose Copy Link. The web version of Exchange is called Outlook Web Apps (OWA).
(This is not Outlook.com, which doesn’t support syncing calendars with Outlook 15.) Log in to OWA at https://outlook.office365and click the Calendar button at the top of the screen.
Further down in the Google search result is a link for the Wild schedule on i Cal The Google search goes directly to the subscribe page.
There are several other advantages of using an online email / calendar service: you can log on from any computer with an internet connection, and you don't have any syncing issues as everything is stored online.
Using two calendars services from two different companies can lead to problems and it's worth considering using only one, if at all possible.
Google pulled the plug on its Outlook calendar sync utility years ago, so what's the alternative?
We explain how to sync Google and Outlook calendars, and workarounds so you don't have to.