Las Vegas, Nev. (Jan. 16, 2015)–With more than 60 golf courses dotting the Las Vegas Golf Region, the playing options are plentiful. So leave it to a course like Rio Secco Golf Club to offer a program like the world-famous T-Mates to take your Las Vegas golf experience over the top.–By Bill Bowman
Rio Secco Golf Club is a Rees Jones design. The par-72 layout opened in 1997 and stretches out to more than 7,400 yards from the tips. Six of the holes wind through canyons while another six holes play over plateaus. The additional six holes snake through a desert wash. The course is also home to the Butch Harmon School of Golf.
The T-Mates program features attractive ladies who also know their way around the golf course. In other words, they aren’t just pretty faces. From greeting your foursome at the front door to providing first-class concierge service (Need lunch or a drink? No problem, they will make the call to the clubhouse), to fixing and repairing divots and ball marks to assisting players on the greens, these caddies are at your every beck and call. Click now to meet a T-Mate female caddie!
And these girls are good at their job. They’ve undergone extensive training and will help guide players effortlessly around the course. And at a course like Rio Secco Golf Club, that’s no easy task. With severe elevation changes and doglegs, tee shots over canyons, impressive bunkering, deep-blue ponds and risk/reward holes, the girls of the T-Mates program will help take the worry out of your round as they can show players where they can be aggressive and where they should play it smart and lay up.
So if you’re looking for that over-the-top golf experience (after all, we are in Las Vegas … the land of extreme), Rio Secco Golf Club and the T-Mates program is one definitely worth checking out. And while you’re at it you can take a shot at the Million Dollar Hole for your chance to win a million bucks with an ace. Now that’s Vegas … golf.