Customer service has become a lost art. We don’t know where it went or why, but more and more people are becoming frustrated with the level of service they receive at other golf clubs.
Rio Secco Golf Club
When Golf Digest released its biennial rankings of the Best Teachers in America, no one was surprised to see Butch Harmon take the number-one spot once again.
It’s an old stick, but it’s in the bag. Of course it’s in the bag. That club got you past a tricky up and down when money was on the line. Or maybe it’s your rescue club that always seems to find green grass and a good angle. Whatever it is, you’ll be glad you have it at Rio Secco.
Rio Secco’s opening hole makes an incredible first impression on an already outstanding Las Vegas layout by forcing players to make a risk-reward decision the moment they leave the practice tee.
After a $2.1 million renovation project led by the original golf course architect Rees Jones, Rio Secco Golf Club, owned by VICI Properties, reopened for play in October of 2017. Renovated features include new green complexes and bunkers, forward tees, plus an expanded and enhanced practice facility.