New Handicapping & Booking system

Nepean have signed up with MiClub to be a part of Onegolf, an electronic Handicapping and Booking system.

To enter the system, you click on the OneGolf icon  – located at the top right of any  page on our website.

Clicking on the OneGolf icon will take you straight to the Login page of MiClub.  You will be asked for your Username and Password which Jane has emailed to you.

You can used the system to:-

  •  book tee times, up to two weeks in advance
  • check your Golflink handicap
  • check weekly results

Once social distancing restrictions are lifted, we will have a computer terminal set up in the Pavilion for you to use.  For the next month or so a Match Committee member will be there to assist you.

You can use the system to book your next tee times instead of writing your name on the advance time sheets and to enter your score at the end of the game.

We encourage the use of the free MiScore App which you can use instead of a score card.  If you are able to use MiScore it will not be necessary to enter your scores at the end of the game as your score will automatically be sent through.

Back on The Course 14th May, 2020

Back to golf after 7 weeks isolation …

… all practising “social distancing”

Return to Golf – Yippee!

Premier Daniel Andrews announced on 11th May, that Victoria will take the first steps to come out of it’s Stage 3 Covid 19 lockdown, from midnight Tuesday, 12th May 2020.

It is understood that golfers will be permitted to play in groups of 4, provided strict distancing and hygiene protocols are followed.

Competition will not resume until further notice and socialising outside the Pavilion will be resticted to a maximum of 10 people.

The Course is ready!

Golfing Myths by Travis Harrison

Travis is our “go to guy” when it comes to our golf. He has sent through a video for Nepean members – good to see him wearing his belt!!!
The link to Golfing Myths

2020 VALE Marj Carlos

Marj Carlos passed away peacefully today, 8 April 2020, at the age of 96.  It was just her time and had nothing to do with the current pandemic we are faced with.

Marj joined Nepean in 1983 and was a full playing member until 2010 when she took on social membership.  She was also involved with both Dendy and Wyuna.

She was one of those “little old ladies” that could beat the pants off you in matchplay.  You know the sort, straight down the middle, one chip and one putt and leaving you wondering how the hell she beat you when you outdrove her by miles!  In fact, she played pennant for us during the 80’s and 90’s, captaining her teams in 1988, 1989 and 1991.  Not surprisingly she had a very good win record and in 1989 won all of her matches.

Her support of Nepean came in many different way including trophy donations and trade table goods  … she loved her flowers and would be in her garden constantly, often in later years to the despair of her family due to the occasional fall she had.

She was a cheerful, kind and caring soul who will be missed greatly, particularly by her good friend Flo Box. 

Rest in peace Marj.

Brighton Golf Course Closure

The Brighton Golf Course will close tonight at 6pm – 28th March until further notice.

Golf Australia will review this decision on 13th April but until then the course is not to be used under any circumstance.

LMS will continue to keep us updated.

Please stay safe and well.

Letter from the President March 23, 2020

Hi everyone

Things keep changing very quickly in our day to day lives at present and our Golf competition is no exception. The Victorian Government’s decision to discourage any kind of social gathering means that it would be best if we postpone formal competitions until further notice. We don’t want to put any of our members at risk by encouraging them to join in this kind of group activity. We have also decided to cancel the Getaway that was to be held at Rosebud on the 26th and 27th April.  As well the Charity/Guest day that was scheduled for the 14th May will no longer be held. The Committee will review this at our April meeting and update you then.

We are not in a position to offer any guidance as to whether you should continue to play golf. We are waiting on advice from Golf Australia about whether the Government closures relate to golf. At the moment Brighton Golf Course is remaining open so if you choose you can play social golf. Another option is to join in the handicapped competition run by the Pro shop. You will need to contact the Pro shop directly to book a tee time. Please adhere to the guidelines set by the golf course and Golf Australia. These include leaving the pin in at all times, no touching the rakes (so no need to rake bunkers) and also take your own sand bucket. They have also put foam noodles in the holes so that it is easier to get your ball out without touching the flagpole.

Thanks for your understanding at this difficult time.


COVID-19 update March 20, 2020

LMS have advised us that they are implementing strategies to minimalise the spread of Covid-19. This is to safeguard both their staff and the general public.

Apart from obvious precautions they would encourage the use of payment by card to reduce ‘handling’ of cash.

We will continue to keep you abreast of any changes or recommendations with regard the playing of our game. Our intention is to continue with competitions as long as it is deemed to be safe.

The day of March 19, 2020

The day of March 19 was the day of implementation of Covid-19 guidelines. Table duty is now a hazardous task, valiantly taken on by Fiona ably assisted by Jane.

In all seriousness, Nepean is taking measures to safeguard the health and wellbeing of its members thereby ensuring the integrity of our weekly competitions.
Social distancing …

Unfortunately, while Anne is looking dry her bag and buggy, not so. A gust of wind caught her umbrella on the 18th tee … and the rest is history.

David in his final days at Brighton plays hero
Thank you and good luck in your new venture

2020 Opening Day

The season is off to a flying start following Opening Day on 6th February. A field of 48 players on a bright, warm day. Perfect for golf. The President, Judith Freidin and Captain, Jane Belcher welcomed 55 members, which included 3 potential new members, to the Pavilion for lunch and presentations.

2019-20 Summer Golf

The summer golf season was again a huge success with 136 players over 5 weeks.  Only one week needed to be cancelled due to rain.

All due to the great work of the Summer Golf conveners … Stella Torrance and Geni Brewster.  For the last day and presentations, 30 January, they put on a beautiful spread and the recipe for Geni’s dip is below for those that asked.

Geni’s Tuna Dip

1 large tin of tuna in oil – drained
2 stalks of celery – finely chopped
2-3 spring onions – finely chopped
2 tablespoons of parley – finely chopped
mayonnaise – to taste
salt & pepper

Mix together and add 3-4 hard boiled eggs, chopped.  Lightly mix again.


Our 9 & Dine was held on Friday evening January 10, 2020 … we desperately need rain but did it have to be then.

Not to be thwarted … our 9 & Dine turned into a Wine & Dine … thanks to Rosie and her intepid band of helpers.  All profits will be donated to the Bush Relief.

It was a great evening although a bit of golf would have been good too … a couple of the fellows did go out to play and were rewarded with a golf ball prize for their fortitude (the rest of us were far more sensible).

Note that all earlier news has been transferred to the Archive section in
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