Siena Golf Club Las Vegas is the focal point of Lake Siena, a quarter-mile long lake with cascading waterfalls on the 18th hole. Siena Golf Club is a picturesque golf course with strategically-placed bunkers, often generous fairways and elevated greens designed to you on your toes. The terrain offers panoramic views of the mountains and the Las Vegas skyline. The club features a 9700-square-foot clubhouse with a full-service golf shop, a multi-tiered practice facility, and the Grille at Siena which offers good food and a view over the 18th green.
The 18-hole Siena course plays 6,816 yards of golf from tips for a par of 72. The course rating is 71.5 and it has a slope rating of 129. Designed by Brian Curley and Lee E. Schmidt, the Siena golf course opened for play in 2000.
Green Fees: $175 weekends, $145 weekdays, $95 twilight, includes cart; subject to change, so please check with the golf club for up to date rates
Where to Stay:
I suggest you give the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Henderson a try. It’s reasonable and close to the golf course: Compare Prices
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How to get There:
The closest airport is Las Vegas International Airport. The airport is served by almost all U.S. and Canadian airlines and by many others from around the world.
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Siena Golf Club, 10575 Siena Monte Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89135-243; Toll Free: (888) 689-6469, Fax: (702) 562-0883
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