|Siena Golf Club Course
(Rates include greens fee, cart fee,
and range balls)
|Jun 1 -
Aug 29, 30 - Course Closed for 3/8" Aerification
COURSE DOES NOT OVERSEED - GREAT OPTION
|Sep 4 -
|Sep 11 -
Sunrise Sunset Schedule
About Siena Golf Club :
Nearly six centuries after the Italian Renaissance, Lee Schmidt
and Brian Curley created a rebirth for golf in the Las Vegas
valley. Siena Golf Club is a revival of the values and artistic
styles fashioned by golf's greatest courses; even more Siena
is a celebration of the Italian Culture.
In the Tuscany-themed Siena at Summerlin, a focal point of the
guard-gated village will be Lake Siena, a quarter-mile-long lake
with cascading waterfalls on the first hole of the golf course.
The 13,500 square foot Siena club house features a full-service
shop, locker rooms, and The Siena
Bistro with a patio dining room overlooking Lake Siena. The elevated
characteristic of the terrain provides panoramic views of the mountains
and city lights.
With perfectly placed bunkers and water features, hitting the ball long is no longer a must. Working the ball and hitting it straight become more important than ever to post a low score. With a demanding first hole, warming up is a good idea.
With water to the left and bunkers to the right, a straight shot is all you need. Just poke one out there and you will be fine. Keep it as close as you can to the bunkers on the right side and you will be rewarded with a wide open shot to
The number one handicap hole is number eight, a 563 yard par-5.
Accuracy off the tee is a must to score well on this hole. This
long par-5 has bunkers on both sides of the fairway. Your second
shot should land between the bunkers near the green. Take extra
club to this
uphill green and take special notice of the hole location on this
Siena Golf Club is located 15-20 minutes form the Las Vegas Strip.
With no need to over-seed, like all of the courses in the Las Vegas,
Siena is open year around. With its plush Rye fairways and Bentgrass
greens, the course plays like a dream. The Siena Bistro, a 2,500
sq. ft. Italian-themed restaurant and bar features a private patio
with fireplace and a casual patio that provides beautiful panoramic
views of the golf course, Lake Siena and the Las Vegas Strip. Coming
complete with a large multi-tiered practice facility, chipping and
putting greens, men’s/women’s locker rooms, and a course
playable for everyone you couldn’t ask for anything more.
Bring your next group or friendly game out to Siena Golf Club.
SIENA GOLF CLUB RECEIVES 2009 NEVADA COURSE
OF THE YEAR FROM NEVADA GOLF COURSE OWNERS ASSOCIATION
Las Vegas, NV (2009 Press Release) October 16, 2009 - Representatives
from Siena Golf Club announced today that Siena Golf Club was selected
as the 2009 Nevada Course of the Year by the Nevada Golf Course
The Course of the Year Award honors a member that demonstrates four
1) Exceptional quality of course
2) Exceptional quality of ownership and management
3) Outstanding contributions to the community
4) Significant contributions to the game
"We are very excited to be the recipient of this award,"
said Tony Lenzie, Director of Golf and GM of Siena Golf Club. "It
truly shows the dedication and hard work of every employee of our
facility and for that, I am very proud."
Siena was selected based on the above criteria and specifically
for their efforts in turf reduction resulting in less water use
in the Las Vegas Valley as well as their support for local boys
and girls high school golf.
Established in 1979 and headquartered in Charleston, S.C., the NGCOA
is the leading authority on the business of golf course ownership
and management. The Association represents the industry's key decision
makers with ultimate responsibility for golf courses throughout
the world. The not-for-profit organization is the only trade association
dedicated exclusively to golf course owners and operators.
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|Siena Golf Club Statistics - Par 72
Men: Collared shirts with sleeves and non-denim, mid length shorts or pants.
Women: Collared shirt, sleeveless blouse of conservative design, and non-denim, mid-length shorts or pants.
Clothing that is not appropriate includes: denim shorts, denim jeans, t-shirts, swimming attire, gym shorts, halter-tops, tank tops, cut-offs and other dress that is deemed inappropriate. The Club reserves the right to refuse service to
anyone who is dressed inappropriately.
Non-metal spikes must be worn while on the course.