Las Vegas, Nevada (March 30, 2015)–Butch Harmon works with some of the best PGA TOUR and LPGA Tour players in the world, but also offers golf schools at certain times of the year at the Butch Harmon School of Golf located at Rio Secco Golf Club in Las Vegas. The Butch Harmon Las Vegas Schools are either with Harmon and his staff professionals or solely with his high-level teaching staff. There are still a few openings available for April in addition to schools in the late spring and summer months. The Schools offer a VIP-type experience plus Harmon and/or his teaching pros will share the same secrets with golfers that they do with the best players in the world. Click now for the official Butch Harmon School of Golf calendar. To reserve your spot or call 888.867.3226 option 2--By Brian Hurlburt

“We attended the Butch Harmon School of Golf twice and really enjoyed every moment,” said Jon and Tara Darbyshhire. “Our small group experienced personalized attention from Butch and his staff of expert instructors over the course of three days. Butch personally provided insight and tips on immediate improvements to swing, grip and alignment; all of which was reinforced by his staff during lesson and play. The individual instruction and attention to every last detail of our trip by the Butch Harmon team really exceeded our expectations. Having the chance to play golf with Butch was the highlight of the entire experience. A great time was absolutely had by all and we will definitely be back.” Click to check out what you will experience at the Butch Harmon School of Golf.

Harmon has been voted as Golf Digest’s top instructor for more than a decade in a poll of his peers. Among the pros Harmon currently works with are Dustin Johnson, Brandt Snedeker, Rickie Fowler, Phil Mickelson and Jimmy Walker.

Walker won the Texas Valero Open over the weekend. The victory was his fifth in a span of only 18 months. Walker also leads the Fed Ex Cup standings. Snedeker recently won the AT&T National Pro-Am and credits working with Harmon as one of the keys to his terrific play which includes three top 10 finishes this season.

“Butch did a great job of kind of helping me understand how I swing the golf club, what I need to do to be successful,” Snedeker told writer Helen Ross after the win at AT&T. “The great thing about Butch is he’s not technical at all. He instills confidence in you when you don’t even realize he’s doing it. We might have a three-hour practice session and he might say one thing about my swing and 15 things about the mental side of it or what you should be thinking in certain situations or what he learned from Seve or Tiger or anybody else. He’s got all these little nuggets that are great that come in handy on days like today.”