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13 Dec 2018

2025, 2031 Championships Headed to Texas

When the PGA of America moves its headquarters to Frisco, Texas, the development will include two championship golf courses in addition to a short course, and practice areas totaling 45 holes; a clubhouse; office space; a 500-room Omni resort and 127,000-square-foot conference center; a technologically advanced retail village; parks and open space plus several miles of trails.

The announcement, made Dec. 4, follows votes by the Frisco City Council, its Economic and Community Development Corporations and the Frisco Independent School District (FISD) board of trustees. The PGA of America will initially employ at least 100 people at the Frisco-based headquarters. Under this agreement, two PGA Championships, two KPMG Women’s PGA Championships (2025 and 2031) and potentially a Ryder Cup will be held in Frisco.

The golf courses are expected to open in summer 2022. The hotel, convention center, and other facilities are expected to open within six months of that date. 

“We welcome the opportunity to develop friendships and partnerships with the community and its residents, as well as across North Texas and throughout the state. We are grateful to the City of Frisco, the State of Texas and Omni Stillwater Woods for embracing our vision of creating a transformational headquarters that, together with our world-class partners, helps us advance our mission of serving our members and growing the game,” said PGA of America CEO Seth Waugh.

The PGA’s Northern Texas Section will also move to PGA Frisco, where state of the art connectivity will provide opportunities to pilot promising new growth-of-the-game programming for all 41 Sections of the PGA of America.
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