Resident golf benefits

Mississauga residents can receive a five percent discount on green fees and have priority to online tee time bookings, one hour earlier than non-residents, when they register with photo ID and proof of address at one of our Pro Shops.

Our courses see a big demand for tee times compared to the available supply. By providing these benefits, we’re improving access and giving incentive to Mississauga residents to golf at City courses. Our City golf courses continue to welcome all players as fully public facilities.

Discount on green fees

Registered residents will receive a five percent discount on green fees at Lakeview, BraeBen Championship and BraeBen 9-hole Academy courses. This discount is only for day-of-play green fees for adults, seniors and youth. It does not apply to power carts, pull carts and other rentals. It cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion.

The discount is applied when you check in and pay your green fee at the Pro Shop. If the discount is not applied, speak to Pro Shop staff the same day for a credit. No credits will be issued after the day of play.

Regular green fee rates apply for non-residents.

Priority tee time bookings

Registered residents can access tee time bookings online one hour earlier than non-residents, beginning at 8 p.m., seven days in advance. Non-residents can continue to book their tee times online at 9 p.m., seven days in advance.

During priority tee time bookings, only the player booking needs to be a registered resident in the system. The rest of the group can be non-residents.

How to register

Bring valid photo ID with proof of address to the Pro Shop at Lakeview or BraeBen Golf Course and a staff member will verify your address and update your profile in the system.

You cannot register as a resident online. We can only verify your ID in person in the Pro Shop. You cannot book a tee time as a resident and receive a discount until your profile is updated.

Once registered, you won’t have to show photo ID or proof of address for five years, unless there are changes to your residency status or personal details. Youth residents need to verify their age every year.

Acceptable ID

We accept valid Ontario photo cards and driver’s licences as photo ID and proof of address.

If you don’t have either of these IDs, you must show one piece of ID from each list.

Accepted proof of identity (photo ID)
  • Citizenship card
  • Old age security identification card (senior’s card)
  • Passport
  • Permanent resident card
  • Student ID card
  • Status card
  • First Nation or Band Member card
Accepted proof of address
  • Any benefit statement issued by the Government of Canada
  • Bank account statement
  • Utility bill
  • Insurance policy
  • Mortgage, rental or lease agreement
  • Property tax assessment or bill
  • School report card or transcript