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Still time to RSVP for Sunset at Secco, a fun and food event happening Thursday, October 25. We expect the weather to be perfect, the barbecue will be grilling, drinks will be pouring, and the music of Tommy Rocker will fill the night air. Doors open at 5pm. Call Jake and the team at Janelas Restaurant & Bar to RSVP your place. 702-854-5657.

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Still time to RSVP for Sunset at Secco, a fun and food event happening Thursday, October 25. We expect the weather to be perfect, the barbecue will be grilling, drinks will be pouring, and the music of Tommy Rocker will fill the night air. Doors open at 5pm. Call Jake and the team at Janelas Restaurant & Bar to RSVP your place. 702-854-5657.

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Another chance to see tommy rocker Mary Alice Rasmuson!

We woukd like to attend this funvtion; is there a fee? We live 7 Hills in the Renaissance development.

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Just taking in the amazing sunset from the patio at Janelas Restaurant & Bar! 65 degrees and perfect this evening. ...

Just taking in the amazing sunset from the patio at Janelas Restaurant & Bar! 65 degrees and perfect this evening.

 

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Thanks

Andy Elliott well damn

Rio Secco Golf Course

If you haven't been to this restaurant.... You are missing out!!!!@ It's Fabulous!!!!

Great photo!!

What a good golf course loved playing there

Course and facility top notch.

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3 weeks ago

Rio Secco Golf Club

This fall, Rio Secco rolls out brand new 2018 Callaway Club Rentals. Set includes Rogue Driver, fairway metal, hybrid, Rogue irons, MackDaddy wedges, and a putter. Sets are available NOW, on a first come first serve basis, so contact us early to reserve your set. 702-777-2400 ...

This fall, Rio Secco rolls out brand new 2018 Callaway Club Rentals. Set includes Rogue Driver, fairway metal, hybrid, Rogue irons, MackDaddy wedges, and a putter. Sets are available NOW, on a first come first serve basis, so contact us early to reserve your set. 702-777-2400

 

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Nice rentals Jeff, those are a little different than the quality of the rental clubs at Lakeshore...decades ago! Ha-ha-ha

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Rees Jones is known as the U.S. Open Doctor and is a living legend when it comes to golf course architects. Jones designed Rio Secco—and Las Vegas’ Cascata—and it is one of the best courses in the Las Vegas Golf Region. The holes meander through the exclusive Seven Hills community, and appear to magically transform players to golf heaven. Nearly every hole boasts either dramatic mountain or Strip views. It recently was renovated by original designer Jones with new greens, complexes and more to restore opening day conditions.

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Rio Secco is the home to the Butch Harmon School of Golf. Harmon is the former swing coach of Tiger Woods (Tiger has the course record of 64 at Rio Secco), and currently teaches Natalie Gulbis, Phil Mickelson and many other world-renowned players. Rio Secco also hosts big-time events including Tiger Jam and was a previous host of the Wendy’s 3-Tour Challenge.

Rio Secco is a Rees Jones design that is at the top of the Vegas golf list. Check out a recent comment from a reader of the popular GreensKeeper.org reader:

“Rio Secco is a beautiful course shaped through the natural arroyos and canyons on the south end of the valley. The front 9 is a little more “open” then the back, and there is a great mix of elevated tees. You definitely need to know your club distances and trust the yardage book, as many holes look longer than they actually are. Great mix of Par 3s, short/long Par 4s, and 3 long Par 5s, with a short one thrown in. The 18th is the best finishing hole I have seen in the valley, especially at twilight with the Strip lights in the distance. Definitely worth a visit while in Vegas, and worth a round or 2 a year if you live here.”

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