Rio Secco Golf Club was designed and built in 1997 by golf course architect Rees Jones. The course lays at the foothills of the Black Mountain Range 13.5 miles southeast of the Las Vegas Strip. Rio Secco can play to over 7,400 yards and very difficult, but also offers four teeing grounds to allow golfers of any skill level a memorable golf experience. Features include 6 holes through steep canyons, 6 holes on a plateau overlooking the city and 6 holes in a broad desert wash. The 6,766 meter long course shows long, broad fairways, manicured greens, several doglegs, large bunkers and water hazards only at holes 7 to 9.
The course is legendary among local residents and avid golfers alike for the tremendously challenging, fair, and demanding course layout. Rio Secco is owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment, Inc. and welcomes guests from all the hotels in Las Vegas / Henderson Area.
After you golf course you can relax at the Clubhouse and at Janelas Bar & Restaurant.
Rio Secco Golf course was named one of “America’s 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses” by Golf Digest and has been voted the No.1 public access course in Nevada by the Las Vegas PGA membership poll, among its many awards.
From Henderson, the Rio Secco Golf Club can be reached via the Interstate 215, and from Las Vegas via the Interstate 15 S and Interstate 215 E in about half an hour.