Las Sendas Golf Club
Few courses in the Valley offer such spectacular vistas and subsequent shot-making as Las Sendas. For those who survive the first three holes in even par, there is hope. But even for those who go down early, their spirits are revived by the beauty surrounding them on each hole. Las Sendas is not a course contrived with artifice, decor, or railroad ties, nor is it a target course. It is a strategic course, so learn the preferred route from tee to green. It is a Wild West course, and you’d better bring your six-guns, because you’re going to have to shoot it out here. With one of the higher slope ratings in Arizona – blind tee shots, hazards exactly where you don’t want them to be, and well-guarded greens slicker than the backyard Slip’n‘Slide are a pretty good summary of what to expect. Over-ambitiously choose the wrong tee box and the results won’t be pretty.
This course requires you to think your way around to play well. Just hitting the ball will not be enough. You must favor the correct sides of the fairways to obtain the best angles to the greens. Some holes require a little governor, or lay-up, so as not to leave you with an impossible view to the greens. Generally, the greens are subtle. But, be very precise when you read the break to avoid slipping past the hole, as the land mostly falls toward the southwest and the grass grows toward the setting sun. Las Sendas is generally considered one of the Arizona’s best courses in everybody’s books, newspapers, websites, and magazines. The challenge and scenery alone make it a must-play for any Arizona golf vacation.A golf experience to remember for a lifetime. In 1995, Robert Trent Jones Jr. made his Arizona debut with Las Sendas Golf Club, joining an elite list of world-class architects who have left their marks in the desert Southwest. A demanding desert-style layout winding through the Usery Mountains in east Mesa, this upscale course is setting the standard for customer service in the Greater Phoenix area. Las Sendas` spectacular views of the Phoenix metropolis help soften the demand of managing your game through the rugged terrain, nearly 1,800 feet above the desert floor. Las Sendas is not a course contrived with artifice, decor, or railroad ties, nor is it a target course. It is a strategic course, so learn the preferred route from tee to green. It is a nature walk through the desert, attracting you with beauty and challenging you with shot options. You can`t wait to get back and play it again.
- Address 7555 E Eagle Crest Dr.
- City 85207 Mesa
- State/Province Phoenix Northeast / Scottsdale
- Country Arizona
- Allowed CC VISA, MasterCard, AmericanExpress
- Allowed Players 1-4 players
- Year Build 1995
- Holes 18
- Designer Robert Trent Jones, Jr
- Greens Poa Triv
- Dresscode No Denim, Collared Shirt Required
Rental Clubs, Golf Cart Rental, Driving Range: Yes, Hitting Balls From Grass – Lighted, Putting Green, Chipping Area, Teaching Pro, Practice Bunker, Golf School, Food Service: Restaurant, Bar Service: Full Bar
How to get to Las Sendas Golf Club , Mesa (Arizona)
Directions from Sky Harbor Airport
Follow the exit signs and take 202 Loop East. Exit AZ-101 Loop South (exit number 9). Merge onto AZ-101 Loop South. Take the US-60 exit eastbound. Take the Power Road exit and head North on Power Road. Continue North on Power Road until you pass Thomas Road. The course will be on your right hand side. Look closely, it is somewhat hidden.
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