Sienna Golf Club

The Golf Club has been designed to provide the club members with the highest quality of golf and social activities and to provide Sienna Golf Club residents a greater sense of community and increased enjoyment in living at Sienna Golf Club. The Clubhouse is approximately 10,000 sq. ft. and includes a pro shop, locker rooms for men and women and a casual bar and grill that will seat 150 or more. The food and beverage operation will be full-service and will be open for lunch and dinner Wed-Sat. The facilities and staff will be able to meet the needs of corporate and group outings, tournaments and regular play. Wedding receptions and other private parties will be welcome.  More information about Sienna Golf Club can be found at

Teaching Facilities

State of the art teaching facilities

The Sienna Golf Academy at Sienna Golf Club was built prior to the Main Clubhouse. It has my office, men's and ladies restrooms, and two practice stations with mats to hit from during inclement weather. The building houses all the teaching aids with one 8 foot by 8 foot mirror inside and a 4 foot by 8 foot mirror outside. We do not teach in the house all the time but it is great with the weather in Houston. We have some big fans to keep cool in the summer heat, and the north wind in the winter hits the back of the building.

The Course at Sienna Golf Club

The course was designed by Arthur Hills and Mike Dasher. Arthur Hills is one of the nation's leading golf course architects and the recipient of numerous awards for course design. In 1991, he achieved a rare "double" when two of his designs were dubbed "Best New Private Course" and "Best New Public Course." A golf course designer for 25 years, Hills' work includes more than 100 original layouts and another 100 renovations, including such prestigious courses as Oakmont, Inverness and Crystal Downs. Two of his designs, Bonita Bay and the Tournament Players Club at Eagle Trace, have been named to the Golf Digest list of Top 100 courses. Among his many other accomplishments, Hills is the designer of the picturesque Bighorn Golf Club, site of the nationally televised "Skins" game. 

Mike Dasher of Dasher Golf Design was one of the top designers with Arthur Hills & Associates for 16 years before opening his own firm in 1997. He and Hills continue to collaborate, as in the case of the Sienna course. During his career, Dasher has assisted Hills in the design and construction of over 40 new golf courses, including numerous award-winning projects, as well as courses that have hosted PGA Tour and Senior Tour events, Collegiate Tournaments and State Championships. The course is a par 72, and plays 7154 yards from the tips.