The stakes are generally pretty high in Las Vegas, but we dialed up some extra excitement during the Team Troon Challenge at Rio Secco Golf Club where there was a $1 million prize on the line for executing an extraordinary golf shot to perfection.
The holiday season can be a wonderful and joyous time of year, filled with hope, family and – especially for young children – the excitement from unwrapping a gift from a loved one. Of course, the holidays aren’t all about gifts, but presents are one of the easiest ways to spark joy in young people.
Rio Secco’s award-winning track gives our players a Las Vegas golf experience unlike anything else and our friends at Golfweek have taken notice – for good reason. Here are five things that helped Rio Secco earn Golfweek’s No. 11 ranking in Best Courses You Can Play: Nevada
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.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and following the orders of Governor Sisolak and the general recommendations of health officials, Rio Secco has extended its temporary closure through April 30.
The temporary closure of Rio Secco Golf Club to help flatten the curve of COVID-19 spread in Las Vegas has provided the club with an opportunity to aerate the golf course without disrupting play. The goal is to make the best of a bad situation, delivering excellent playing conditions once Rio Secco – one of Las Vegas’ top golf courses – reopens for public play.
Following the orders of Governor Sisolak, and in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Rio Secco is closed for business from March 18 – April 16. Property closure includes the golf course, Janelas Restaurant & Bar and the Butch Harmon School of Golf.
If you’ve ever walked up to the practice facility at Rio Secco Golf Club feeling stiff, tired, sore or just not at your very best, maybe it’s time to incorporate yoga into your regular schedule.
Mild winter temperatures draw visitors to Las Vegas in droves. And thanks to the hard work of the golf course maintenance team at Rio Secco, a green blanket of ryegrass will be waiting for them. In the deserts of the Southwest, as well as other Southern regions, bermudagrass goes dormant as the nighttime temperatures dip below 50 degrees.
Some of the best golf courses in Las Vegas are getting even better as VICI Properties – owners and operators of the Rees Jones designed Rio Secco Golf Club and Cascata – announced a partnership with Brightview to enhance agronomy management across their Las Vegas golf course portfolio.