No matter how many times you play the course at the Siena Golf Club, your experience will be unique. When the panoramic setting of the greens, bunkers, and water hazards is combined with the desert mountain scenery, the effect is different with every game. In the morning, the cool breeze coming off the lush grass makes for a comfortable game whether it is the height of summer or the dead of winter. In the afternoon, the unvarnished sunlight creates a stark contrast between the green, the rough, and the sand traps. Near twilight, orange and purple colors create an effect that has to be seen in person, and more than once.
Unlike Las Vegas golf courses that are attached to casinos, (not that there’s anything wrong with a little wagering) the Siena Golf Course is just the right distance from the “strip” that you don’t get distracted from the game. Even though we’re in the middle of the Entertainment Capital of the World, we know that golfers come here because they love golfing, and our course is a reflection of those values.
The Siena Las Vegas golf club is a revival of the values and artistic styles fashioned by golf’s greatest courses. What’s more, Siena is a celebration of the Italian Culture. In the Tuscany-themed Siena at Summerlin, a focal point of the Siena Golf Club is Lake Siena, a quarter-mile-long lake with cascading waterfalls on the 1st hole of the golf course. The 13,500-square-foot Siena Golf Club features a full-service golf shop, locker rooms, multi-tiered practice facility 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.