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Trying to make the best of a difficult situation, Rio Secco's temporary closure for COVID-19 has provided the perfect opportunity to knock out some much-needed maintenance on the course. Randy, Chino and the Brightview team aerified both greens and fairways last week, ensuring all turf areas would be fully healed when Rio Secco reopens on April 17. With perfect spring weather now in effect and having had no play for what will be a month, Rio Secco will be in amazing shape when it reopens on the 17th. Circle April 17 on your calendars, and plan on a round at Rio Secco! #stayhomefornevada #inthistogether


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Looking more like April 17, 2021. Maybe.

I wouldn’t be so quick to put a restart date..

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Construction on the new Golf Shop and retail experience at Rio Secco is coming along nicely. Walls are done with a fresh coat of paint. Coming soon are lighting and floors. And then the new counter top and fixtures. Super excited about the new feel coming to Rio Secco. Just one more reason to look forward to re-opening on April 17. ...

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Take your time

Wow !! Looks very nice!!!

When will you start taking Tee Times?

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Rio Secco is temporarily closed through April 16. For any questions or concerns, please message us (or send us an email) and someone will respond to you as soon as possible. Thank you. #stayhomefornevada ...

Rio Secco is temporarily closed through April 16. For any questions or concerns, please message us (or send us an email) and someone will respond to you as soon as possible. Thank you. #stayhomefornevada

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Huge mistake to close!!!!!

While you are closed, more and more people daily are using it as their park.

I agree

governor says golf courses can stay open!!!

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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.”