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2851 Grand Hills Dr Henderson, NV 89052-3085 (702) 777-2400‎

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Indigo Lounge at Bally'sVoted number 1 by the Las Vegas PGA membership, the Rio Secco Golf Club in Henderson opened in 1997 to great acclaim and praise as a public access course. Designed by the great golf architect Rees Jones, this 7332 yard par 72 will test the skills of every golfer, depending on where you tee off from. Six holes travel through deep canyons, six rise to play along a plateau looking down on the Vegas strip and the other six run through a desert washout, making this exciting play one for the best in all of us. With a well known reputation for being excellently maintained and serviced, the quality spills over into all the areas related to the operation and success of a marvelous golf course. Sitting in the hills below the Black Mountain Range, this wide open course is home to many great golfers and a stopover for many others wanting to play a great course in the winter months.

The Butch Harmon School of Golf is located here, with lessons available from one to three days, and his most famous student holds the course record of 64, and is named Tiger Woods. The course is owned and operated by Rio All-Suites and Harrah's Entertainment, Inc. Rental clubs are available and carts are included in the green fees. They have a driving range, and a golf pro is here to help or answer any questions you might have. The clubhouse is 30,000 square feet and completely maintained. Drinks and food are readily found in the clubhouse. The course was voted a top ten golf resort by USA Today, top ten new courses you can play by Golf magazine and Golf Digest named it one of the country's top 100 greatest public golf courses.

Tee elevations, challenging holes and grand vistas make this a very pleasurable course. The par 4, 478 yard number 2 was named as the best hole in VegasGolfer magazine in 2002, with tee boxes elevated 60 feet above the fairway, sitting in the dark recesses of the canyon walls. Its bunkers and waste desert areas make sure the tee shot is on the mark, with second shots going along the rise and fall of the fairway green. The par 4 number 7 is 417 yards, with the tee box set 50 feet above the fairway that has been carved through the valley, with the green at the end of the canyon in front of a 40 foot high caliche wall, sand bunkers to the left front side and on the right in the rear. As the course wanders through the McCullough Mountains, 800 feet above Las Vegas, it is joy to view and most challenging from the back tees. It is one of the best courses to play while in Las Vegas and will give any golfer a run for his money and certainly views that can be shot with a camera. Caddies are available and always are a great help to new golfers offering bonifide tips that will assist you during the play and in the future. Gone are the days when caddies just carried a bag for change, with the advent of golf changes and the internet, these guys and gals know what they are talking about especially on their own course.


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