The Tennis Court

Tennis

With four clay courts that are floodlit for evening play, a Court House and patio, Mississaugua’s tennis facilities have few rivals. With complete programming offered, including special events and clinics, as well as lessons offered by our professional, tennis is a staple of the club.

The tennis section, run by Sue Italiano Robbins is very active, with events scheduled throughout the season, including barbecues, cocktail evenings, and luncheons and dinners at Mississaugua.

Men’s events include Round Robins, Team Tennis, Interclubs, Member Guest, a Golf Event, and an Awards Night and Dinner, while ladies’ events include Member Guest Days, Round Robins, Team Tennis, Social Events, and many choices of clinics and lessons. The Mixed Section features similar events including monthly round robins, clinic and BBQ nights, a mid-season and year ending party, an Intercounty Team, and more.

There is also a very active junior program for children and grandchildren of members (as well as member-sponsored friends), and the offering includes summer day camps in July and August, with golf available as well.

Our Club Championships are held in August and September and feature competitive and fun tennis for everyone.

SUE ITALIANO ROBBINS BIO

 

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Over the years, the Tennis Section has proven to be a great asset to both the membership at the club, and its culture.

– Sue Italiano Robbins

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Mississaugua Golf and Country Club's Accessible Member/Guest Service Policy:

The MG&CC is committed to ensuring people with disabilities are given the same access to our goods and level of service as everyone else.
This policy is intended to meet the requirements of Accessibility Standards for member/guest Service, Ontario Regulation 429/07 under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, and applies to the provision of goods and services to our members, their guests and other third parties. All goods and services provided by MG&CC shall follow the principles of dignity, independence, integration and equal opportunity.

In accordance with the Accessibility Standards for Member/Guest Service, Ontario Regulation 429/07, our AODA Policy addresses the following:
A.    The Provision of Goods and Services to Persons with Disabilities;
B.    The Use of Assistive Devices
C.    The Use of Guide Dogs, Service Animals and Service Dogs
D.    The Use of Support Persons
E.     Notice of Service Disruptions
F.     Member/Guest Feedback
G.    Training
H.    Notice of Availability and Format of Required Documents

To read our policy, please click here.

If you have any questions or concerns about this policy or its related procedures please contact:

Nilsa Basilio
Director of Human Resources
Phone: 905.278.4857 x235
nbasilio@mississauguagolf.com
Nick Starchuck
  • Head Teaching Professional at Mississaugua Golf and Country Club outside of Toronto since 2014
  • 2013 Ontario PGA Teacher of the Year
  • Has worked as a golf instructor and coach for more than 15 years, having previously worked at Glen Abbey Golf Club.
  • Has multiple fitness and mental coaching certifications, and has coached both college and professional golfers.
  • Starchuk regularly works with chiropractors, stretching experts, physiotherapists, trainers and mental coaches to make sure he’s addressing the needs of his students.

Dennis Firth

Director of Golf

A leader in the golf industry for nearly two decades, Dennis brings excellence as a player and instructor, and an industry-recognized profile to Mississaugua Golf and Country Club.