Too All Our Friends of Rio Secco Golf Club,
We’re sure you’ve heard or read the news out of Nevada Governor Sisolok’s office revealing Nevada’s “Roadmap to Recovery plan” announced April 30th. In accordance with this plan and beginning May 2, 2020, Rio Secco Golf Club is now open for business so players can enjoy the game they love.
“We’re absolutely thrilled to open our doors to the public so our guests can enjoy the game of golf once again,” said Jeff Krohn, VP of golf operations for VICI Golf Properties. “Of course, we remain committed to providing a sanitary environment for our guests and staff at all of our properties with a continued emphasis on social distancing measures.”
Janelas Restaurant & Bar will remain closed with the goal of reopening as soon as it is appropriate for Janelas takeout and curbside service or as guidance directs. The Snack Bar will be open for our guests to enjoy takeaway service before, during or after a round at Rio Secco.
At Rio Secco Golf Club, we are doing everything we can to continue providing a safe, clean, enjoyable outdoor activity for our guests in accordance with CDC guidelines including continually sanitizing all touch points at the club.
THE NEW NORMAL AT RIO SECCO
Below are just a few of the precautions we’re taking at Rio Secco Golf Club. All steps and measures are being taken to promote social distancing, and to limit personal touch points between our guests and our staff. These steps will be updated as necessary to accommodate the latest information from local, state and federal health officials. Click the button below to read the complete list of safety measures we’re putting in place to protect our guests and our staff.
- Each hole will have a modified cup so players will not have to reach into the hole to retrieve their ball.
- Access to the golf shop is restricted. The clubhouse remains closed including Janelas Restaurant & Bar, and locker rooms.
One golf car per person.
- Tee time intervals have been increased.
- Each golf car will be Cleaned and Sanitized between uses, with special attention to “high-touch” areas including the steering wheel, seat, bars, dashboard areas, and straps and handles.
- Each hole will have a modified cup so players will not have to reach into the hole to retrieve their ball
- Guests are asked to please avoid touching or moving the flagstick
- Bunker rakes have been removed from course. We ask that players smooth any bunker just played from.
- On-course dining will be reserved for takeout and to-go food only out of the Snack Bar.
- All “High-Touch” areas throughout the club will be routinely cleaned and sanitized, including the Clubhouse areas, Snack Bar, and on-course Comfort Stations.