Cork trees on the 2nd Tee.
Many of you will be delighted to see the drastic pruning of the iconic
cork trees on the 2nd Tee – we are still researching the motive behind it!
………from Let’s Talk Bayside
Introducing Jarrod Parley
Our new Course Superintendent who has already made his mark by introducing the first of his monthly newsletters which you can find on this page.
Back on The Course after lockdown – 14th May, 2020.
The dams are full….
and the course, lush and much greener than we’re used to seeing.
Work on The Course has continued during our absence. Note the addition of a grassy knoll on the approach to the 6th green.
Fairways have a cut and uncut surface for the first time in many years. The Ground staff are to be congratulated.
The Course Closure – 14 April 2020
Brighton Golf Course
Nepean play at Brighton Public Golf Course, which is a challenging sandbelt course with narrow fairways and bunkered greens.
To find out more go to the Brighton Golf Course website.
2020 February Opening Day
It certainly is getting better
2019 End of Autumn
The before …
… and now at the end of Autumn
It can only get better
2019 Gold domes
Exciting today to have Gold domes on every tee box.
February 21, 2019 Water abounds
10th left hand side Rain Garden
10th right hand side Rain Garden
Water running into 17th dam …
… shown from both sides
February 2019 Course Re-Rating
From February 1, 2019 the course has a new rating for Gold markers. This is the course Nepean will be playing on a weekly basis. 9 holers will, however, continue to play from the White markers.
The Gold marker rating is a Slope of 118, Par 70 and Scratch 70.
New Gold domes & tombstones
New blue/gold markers
The new Gold domes and tombstones are on the 9th, 11th & 18th holes. All the other holes will continue to be played from the previous blue tombstones which are now coloured blue/gold.
New GUR on the 6th, 10th & 11th holes. Please look for Drop Zones and play accordingly.
These areas are being resown.
Late November 2018 – the course is getting better and better!
Brighton Golf Course is a true test of Sandbelt golf with a short front nine leading to a longer, more challenging inward nine. It will test every level of golfer through its narrow fairways and small well bunkered greens.
The Bayside City Council’s $2.95 million Storm Water Harvesting Project at Brighton Golf Course has now been completed. The project will see around 86 Megalitres of water diverted from the Melbourne Water stormwater system each year that will be naturally treated and used to water both the Brighton Golf Course and areas of Dendy Park.
Work on the 5th green is well finished and is of a high quality.
As we approach summer the improvement on the course has been outstanding and the greens, in particular, are getting back to good putting surfaces.