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Mississaugua Golf & Country Club
1725 Mississauga Road, Mississauga, ON  L5H2K4
Tee Times: 905-278-2714 Fax: 905-278-8086
Email: proshop@mississauguagolf.com

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    Percy Barrett drew up the initial nine-hole course in 1906 while George Cumming laid out the 18-hole course built in 1909. Several changes were made to the layout of the course from the period of 1919 to 1928. Stanley Thompson, an outstanding golf architect and a member of the Club, was instrumental in designing the major modifications made in 1928. Based on the Thompson plan, the course was lengthened by approximately 500 yards by extending the course easterly over the Credit River. This change was instrumental in the course being chosen as the site for the 1931 Canadian Open (won by Walter Hagen).
    Mississaugua has grown with the years and the full championship course which extends over 240 acres of property has become famous for its excellence; hosting the Canadian Open on six occasions. In 2001 Mississaugua was host to the prestigious AT&T Canada Senior Open and the Ontario Amateur Championship in 2003 and the Canadian Amateur Championship in the Club's centennial year, 2006.
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Mississaugua2010-Mar-04

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