Las Vegas, Nevada (September 9, 2011)–Las Vegas is famous for a lot of different things. Among those is being a terrific place for a bachelor party. Recently, Golf Magazine Editor Joe Passov named Las Vegas–and more specifically Caesars Palace and Las Vegas golf courses Rio Secco and Cascata–as the No. 1 Bachelor Party Golf Destination. One of the main reasons was because of Caesars Palace Total Experience service that helps with every detail. –By Brian Hurlburt
Passov wrote the following in the October 2011 edition where he named Las Vegas the No. 1 Golf Bachelor Party Destination: "The five musts for golf bachelor parties: affordability, lodging options, destination accessibility, bountiful nightlife, and good golf. For these, nothing can touch Las Vegas." To start your bachelor party–or any golf trip reservation process–click either to the official website of these Las Vegas golf courses or to TotalExperiences.com.
Of the service provided by the total experiences staff, Passov writes: "An agent does the time-consuming work of arranging your group's tailor-made trip, such as procuring tee times at Cascata and Rio Secco Golf Club (both solid courses), dinner reservations, and insider access to hot spots. The uber-concierge service is free if you stay at Caesars or another Caesars Entertainment property. A Golf Magazine colleague recently tried it and scored a spacious room on the Strip, two rounds of golf, and an upgrade to a sleek bar's private lounge."
One thing not even mentioned in Passov's article could be the best part of a Las Vegas golf bachelor party package: Rio Secco is the home of the famous T-Mates Female Caddies. What better added touch to a bachelor golf outing than having a beautiful and fun caddie–or caddies–with your group? Click now to meet a T-mate!
Rio Secco Golf Club is the home of the Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge and also the Butch Harmon School of Golf. Rio Secco plays above the hills overlooking the Las Vegas valley. Cascata is a Las Vegas golf course that has been rated 29 out of 30 points in a ZAGAT survey and is golf played in near seclusion. A clubhouse–with a river running through it–is the topper to a terrific Las Vegas golf experience.