Las Vegas, Nevada (April 6, 2013)–Rio Secco Golf Club is one of two Las Vegas golf courses owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment. This Las Vegas golf course is the home of the Butch Harmon School of Golf and is annually the host of the Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge and the Natalie Gulbis Charity Classic. And now the course is offering a special Las Vegas golf deal for Mothers Day on May 12 with a special rate of $129 for visiting Las Vegas golfers. And through May 24 rates range from $129-199 at Rio Secco. Click now to reserve your Las Vegas tee times and the Mothers Day deal at Rio Secco Golf Club. –By Brian Hurlburt.

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. Our 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.

Rio Secco is also the home of the Million Dollar Hole In One Challenge, with the next chance at a Million Dollars taking place May 19. Recently two golfers made aces on the seventh hole to qualify for a shot at a Million. Click for details about the Rio Secco Million Dollar Hole in One Challenge.

On the back end of the Rio Secco range is the world-famous Butch Harmon School of Golf where some of the best golfers in the world travel to learn the game. But the School is open to all golfers, and you can click to to find out how you can learn from Harmon and his staff of teaching professionals. 

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