Las Vegas, Nevada (August 15, 2011)--Butch Harmon teaches the world's best players. And in the July 2011 edition of Golf Digest, he shares his secrets about how to hit a half-distance wedge. Harmon has been voted the world's best golf instructor for the last decade in a Golf Digest poll of his peers. Also, Harmon operates the Butch Harmon School of Golf at Las Vegas golf course Rio Secco. --Staff report.
"From 50 or 60 yards, many amateurs make a big back swing and then have to ease off," writes Harmon. "They blade it or chunk it because they've taken the flow out of the swing. You want to be in a position at the top where you can make a firm swing at the ball -- and not have to baby it. Take it back so your hands are no more than chest high." Click now for the entire article at GolfDigest.com.
The great news is that you can visit the Butch Harmon School of Golf at Rio Secco and learn the same secrets that Harmon teaches the tour pros. Harmon is currently working with Phil Mickelson, Nick Watney, and Natalie Gulbis, among others. Click now to view the official website of the Butch Harmon School of Golf in Las Vegas to find out how you can reserve your spot in a school session with Harmon or his staff.
Rio Secco Golf Club is the home of the Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge and is a Las Vegas resort course operated by Caesars Golf. The course is the home of the Million-Dollar Hole-in-One and the beautiful T-Mates female caddies. Click to reserve your Las Vegas golf tee times at the official Rio Secco website.