Las Vegas, Nevada (November 19, 2013)–The Butch Harmon School of Golf is located at Rio Secco Golf Club in Las Vegas. And Harmon recently announced his complete School schedule for 2014 which includes schools with he and his staff in addition to staff-only schools. Click to view the entire 2014 calendar now. An experience at the Harmon School allows you to learn the same secrets that Harmon teaches to the likes of Phil Mickelson, Natalie Gulbis, and Dustin Johnson. Also, the School is a very personal experience because teacher/student ratios are kept low and each day you will enjoy lunch with Harmon and/or the pros. –By Brian Hurlburt, Like on Facebook.
Call the School now at 888.867.3226 option 2 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations or questions. Harmon has taught several of the best players in the world, and his staff also works with some of the best players in the world. As part of the School you will hear stories about what it's like for Harmon and the pros to work with the top players in the game. Click now to view School Packages and everything that is included in this unique School setting. The Schools feature upscale hotel stays at Caesars Palace or Paris Las Vegas, limos to and from the School and the hotel, on-course playing lessons at Cascata and/or Rio Secco, and lunch with Harmon and/or the pros among other perks.
Rio Secco Golf Club, the home site of the Harmon Vegas School, was designed by the legendary Rees "U.S. Open Doctor" Jones, and is one of the finest courses in the West. The course plays through dramatic canyons, over plateaus, and offers beautiful views of the Las Vegas Valley. The course is the host site for the made-for-TV Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge (The PGA Tour vs. The LPGA Tour vs. The Champions Tour) and events surrounding Tiger Jam, the annual fundraiser for the Tiger Woods Foundation. The Million Dollar Hole-In-One is also a highlight of Rio Secco as are the T-Mates female caddies. Click now for the official Rio Secco website for the course photo gallery.
In 2012, Harmon was again recognized as the top golf teacher in the world in a poll of his peers conducted by Golf Digest. Harmon has earned the top spot for the last decade. But his staff of professionals are also at the top of their profession. Here is a recap of the staff pros who are a part of Team Harmon:
Don Callahan — A high-level teacher with more than 50 years of experience who helps golfers of all ages shoot lower scores. The former head pro at Brookline loves teaching, and some proof he is great at what he does is the 58 recently shot by student Evan Brien.
Nick Helwig — Nick has been a part of Team Harmon since 2000 and has worked as a coach and caddie on the LPGA Tour. He is also a certified Titleist Performance Institute Pro.
Vic Wilk — Vic has played the game at the highest levels including the PGA Tour and what was then referred to as the Nike Tour, where he won the Knoxville Open in 1996. But he also teaches the game at the highest levels working with students such as Las Vegas Golf Hall of Famer Brady Exber and several PGA Tour and LPGA Tour pros.
Also, three top-level independent pros work with Team Harmon including Greg LaBelle, Matt Kilgariff, and Shawn Callahan.
Labelle has worked with Corey Pavin and LPGA Tour winner Kim Saiki, and is dedicated to a top-level junior program. He is a Titleist Certified Professional.
Kilgariff was the 2010 Teacher of the Year in the Las Vegas Chapter, Southwest Section PGA, and has worked with Harmon for close to 15 years.
Shawn Callahan learned the game from his Dad, Don, in addition to Claude Harmon (Butch's father), and Dick and Butch Harmon. He works with PGA Tour pro Charley Hoffman in addition to other Tour pros.