Rio Secco Golf Club
Rio Secco, a Rees Jones design, opened in 1997 to rave reviews. Listed consistently in major golf magazines as a top-100 golf course, Rio Secco is home to the Butch Harmon School of Golf and has a 30,000 sq. ft. European-themed clubhouse featuring a full service restaurant and bar with six plazma televisions, and a golf shop stocked with the latest in apparel and equipment. A challenging layout with slope/rating extending to 75.0/153, four sets of tees offers an enjoyable experience for players of all skill levels. Rio Secco is also home to the T-Mates, Las Vegas' original and only genuine female forecaddie program. Rio Secco is one of two Las Vegas area golf courses that is owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment (the other is Cascata). Golf packages are available with room accommodations at one of eight luxury hotel properties. Rio Secco also offers individual and corporate memberships. Rio Secco has hosted the nationally televised Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge Championships since 2008. Tiger Woods shares the course record of 64 with fellow PGA Tour star Nick Watney, and Timothy Madigan who equaled the record while playing for New Mexcio State in the 2010 Western Athletic Conference Men's Golf Championships. , with Tiger Woods' course record of 64 being equaled by PGA Tour star Nick Watney at the 2008 edition of the event.