It’s official. PGA of America is now calling Frisco, Texas home. 

We’re thrilled to welcome PGA of America to Sports City USA. The Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA) is in good company, joining professional teams like the Dallas Cowboys, FC Dallas, and Frisco RoughRiders, who’s home base is here as well.   


Back in 2018, the Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA) announced it was moving to Frisco.  

The headquarters is just part of the new 600-acre PGA Frisco campus that includes two 18-hole championship courses, a new 500 room Omni PGA Frisco Resort, a 30-acre practice facility, and the PGA District, featuring a golf-centered entertainment area.  

We recently got a chance to swing by PGA of America’s new HQ and tour the facility.   

PGA of America pin golf flag

A View from the Inside 

Everything’s bigger in Texas. And PGA of America leaned into our creed. 

This 106,600-square-foot, four-story building is part educational hub, part workspace, part resort, and part championship venue. It’s got everything golfers at any level could ask for – including in-office putting greens! 

Putting green inside PGA of America Headquarters in Frisco, TX

Here are some of our favorite features: 

  • When you enter the building, you’re greeted with a smiling face – actually 28,000 smiling faces. There’s a video board in the main entrance that displays rotating PGA-member photos. It’s there as a reminder of why the building exists.  

    PGA of America Headquarters Wall of Members

  • There are interactive video screens in the main lobby where visitors can learn about prominent PGA members from the past and present. 

    PGA of America Headquarters video screens

  • The hardware is impressive. And by hardware we mean display cases for PGA memorabilia and trophies including the Wanamaker Trophy, the Alfred S. Bourne Trophy, the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship Trophy, and the Ryder Cup.  

  • The floor of the building is accented with beautiful zinc lines that not only look nice but are actually a small-scale golf course that’s playable via an app.
    PGA of America Headquarters Entrance

  • PGA is all about education, and, here, you can put your skills to the test. For an in-depth stroke analysis try the practice green that’s outfitted with state-of-the-art motion-capture sensors. There are also 11 hitting bays and four simulated bays wired with lights and high-speed cameras.  

    PGA of America Headquarters Simulators

  • Once you’ve perfected your swing, take your game up to the fourth floor for a bird’s eye view of golf courses. There’s plenty of indoor/outdoor space for a meeting or event. 

Watch a fly-through video of the entire building.  

It’s Just the Beginning 

While the opening of the PGA of America’s new home is impressive, it’s just front nine.  

Courses are open to the public as of spring 2023, aligning with the opening of the Omni PGA Frisco Resort. This resort features 500 rooms and suites, 10 four-bedroom ranch houses, four pools (including an adults-only rooftop infinity pool), a salon and spa, Lounge by Topgolf, and indoor/outdoor meeting and event space.  

Omni PGA Resort _ 1200x800

Surrounding PGA of America’s home will be Fields, the 2,500-acre mixed-use development including retail, restaurant and entertainment space, residential and office space, and three hotels.  

Ready to tee off?  

Now’s the time to plan a golf trip to Frisco. If you’re ready to hit the links now, check out all of Frisco’s golf courses. Be sure to sign up for our newsletter for even more ideas of fun in Frisco.