Frisco: The Modern Home of Golf

On top of the challenging Fazio Course at The Westin Stonebriar Golf Resort & Spa, Frisco, Texas is also now the new home of PGA of America and Omni PGA Frisco Resort. Players of all ages and skill levels can enjoy 500 guest rooms and suites, 10 four-bedroom ranch houses, four pools, including an adults-only rooftop infinity pool, a full-service Mokara Spa, Lounge by Topgolf, and more than 127,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting and event space.

 

Then there's the golf. 

Featuring unique simulation and coaching experiences at the brand new PGA Coaching Center and ample play options like two 18-hole championship golf courses, Fields Ranch East – designed by Gil Hanse – and Fields Ranch West – designed by Beau Welling, The Swing lighted 10-hole, par-3 short course, and 2-acre putting course known as The Dance Floor

Story Ideas & Press Info

There are so many ways to cover Frisco as a golf destination. Here's five golf-specific story ideas, but the list goes on to include all the ways to enjoy Frisco.

Omni PGA + PGA HQ + North Texas PGA + Entertainment District = PGA Frisco
PGA Frisco to host an unprecedented 23 championships
How Frisco brings kids into the game
Fazio Course at The Westin Stonebriar
Hometown golfer returns as Head Golf Pro of PGA Frisco

Explore our latest press releases and media gallery below, learn about general story ideas, and reach out to inquire about a press visit to Frisco.

Feature Film Features Frisco - Details Coming Soon

City of Frisco, aka Sport City USA, selected as location for upcoming animated feature film franchise, created and produced by animation luminaries.

The upcoming four quadrant franchise will also include gaming, location-based entertainment, and a licensing and merchandising program. The plot is being kept under wraps with details to be announced in the coming months.

Maps & Travel

Getting to Frisco is easy. By air, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is the primary international airport serving the Dallas–Fort Worth area. Frisco is about 25 minutes away from both DFW and Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL). We're in the Central timezone, centrally located in North Texas between the coasts. 

Getting around Frisco is easy, too. No matter what edge of the city you're at, you're no more than a 15 to 20 minute car ride from the opposite side. You can get from PGA Frisco to the Stonebriar Centre in a quick 18-minute drive during average traffic. See maps of Frisco below and find out driving distances from many cities and additional travel information on our Maps & Directions page.

Maps & Directions

Getting around Frisco is easy. No matter what edge of the city you're at, you're no more than 15 to 20 minutes from the opposite side.

Stay

In addition to 24 hotel properties in Frisco, you can find two luxurious golf resorts with amenities, golf courses, dining, meeting, and wellness facilities.

Omni PGA Frisco Resort

Just steps from the PGA of America headquarters, Omni PGA Frisco Resort is the New Home of Modern Golf where…

Meet

From several professional sports organizations and 9 million square feet of retail space to over 4,400 hotel rooms and more than 417,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, Frisco, Texas is the best place to host your next social event, group gathering, meeting or conference.

Off the Course

Come for the golf, but stay for the shopping, dining, and attractions in Frisco, TX. From a growing museum district featuring the National Videogame Museum, sports attractions like touring the World Headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys, and 400 dining options, there's so much to explore in Sports City USA.

Things to Do

We're known as Sports City USA, but here, there are so many more ways to play. Toss the pigskin on a replica Cowboys' field. Kick around the city on miles of pathways and public art trails. Or, go a few rounds at any of our immersive and interactive museums. Frisco's attractions cover all the bases.

Eat Where the Locals Eat

From small town cafes to fine dining experiences, Frisco features a variety of locally owned and unique to Frisco eateries to discover.

Home to America's Team: Explore The Star

The home of the Dallas Cowboys is The Star in Frisco. Perfectly poised for soaking up America’s Team's past and present, you can dine, shop, celebrate, meet, work, and even stay a while, all within the 91-acres of The Star. If you are looking for entertainment, The Star District is where you’ll…

Media Contacts

Ready to dive in for more details or to inquire about a media visit to cover PGA Frisco and the brilliant attractions in Frisco? Our team is ready to help provide images, information, quotes, and more. Reach out to us today. We look forward to working with you. 

Cori Powers Director of Marketing & Communications

  • Q: How long have you worked in the industry? 4 years Q: What do you love most about your job? Connecting with our partners and learning more about what drives them. Q: What would you tell a meeting planner/sports event rights holder/visitor that is considering Frisco? Frisco has so much to offer. It’s a great place to spend some time. You’ll feel comfortable and safe here and really impressed by the amenities, facilities, hotels and attractions. There really is so much going on in Frisco! Q: What is your favorite Frisco attraction, and why? KidZania because there’s nothing like it in the U.S. While it’s a city powered by kids, as an adult it’s hard not to get caught up in the breadth of the experience and the attention to detail. It’s an educational environment that teaches kids about different industries and the value of hard work in a fun and meaningful way. Q. What is your favorite Frisco restaurant and your go-to dish to order there? How do you pick just one? Cacio e Pepe (with the fried egg) at Bottled in Bond; Prosciutto & Fig Flatbread at J. Theodore; and Beef Fajitas at Tupy’s. Q. Where is the first place you take your friends and family from out of town when they visit Frisco? eight | 11 place for wine flights, pizza, live music and s’mores boards! Q. What’s your favorite secret spot in Frisco? Limestone Quarry Park: Seemingly a normal, kid-friendly park, but follow the small, unmarked path behind the bench and you’ll find a Frisco oasis, perfect for exploring. (Don’t forget to bring water shoes or old tennis shoes.) Q. What’s your favorite place to shop in Frisco? Tumbleweed TexStyles Q. Describe your Frisco in 3 words? Family-Friendly, Sports, Growing Q. What is your go-to sweet treat? For a sweet start to the day: Doughnuts from Detour Doughnuts / For an afternoon treat: Reese’s Witha’spoon from Cow Tipping Creamery Q. What is your go-to happy hour drink? Lemonberry Mule at The Common Table Q. Where would someone most likely find you on the weekend? If there’s an event happening, my family and I like to attend fairs, concerts, sporting events, etc. Otherwise, we like to sit and listen to music and grab a bite to eat at Frisco Rail Yard. Q. Where is one of your favorite travel destinations in the world? Barcelona, Spain: The food, the wine, the atmosphere. Q. Describe who you are in 140 characters or less. I’m Cori: Communications Pro, Marketing Maven, Content Writer, PR Specialist, Social Media Guru, and Exercise Enthusiast (only one’s been embellished). Q. Fun fact about you? I was named after Cory Everson, female body builder in the 80s who won six consecutive Ms. Olympia titles and was inducted into the National Fitness Hall of Fame.

Kelly Walker Communications Coordinator

  • Q: What do you love most about your job? I love getting to talk about what Frisco has to offer. I get to brag on the exciting events and inspiring people who make up the restaurants, music, and attractions that make this such a great place to live and visit. Q: What would you tell a meeting planner/sports event rights holder/visitor that is considering Frisco? You’ll be pleasantly surprised. Frisco will probably have more amenities, easier to navigate to and navigate around, and helpful services teams that you think. Q: What is your favorite Frisco attraction, and why? Because I’m a sports nut, I could go with Toyota Stadium, Riders Field, The Star, or PGA Frisco really. Not sure I can pick only one because they are all my go-to for fun and entertainment in Frisco! Q. What is your favorite Frisco restaurant and your go-to dish to order there? Another surprising gem about Frisco is The Depot. The vegan breakfast tacos at this unassuming little café are so tasty, and the casual, hometown feel of the place is comforting. Q. Where is the first place you take your friends and family from out of town when they visit Frisco? The Star. It’s an easy place to meet for whatever you are looking for from a quick drink to a burger or tex mex or ice cream for the kids. Plus, everyone loves seeing Tostitos Plaza, Ford Center, and The Star. Q. What’s your favorite secret spot in Frisco? There are two parks that I love escaping to. The paths and bridges at Harold Bacchus Community Park are gorgeous and the pond and amphitheater area of Frisco Commons is so peaceful to watch the sunset. Q. Describe your Frisco in 3 words? Has it all. Q. Where would someone most likely find you on the weekend? You can definitely find me around a sporting event of some sort on the weekends. Depending on the season I’m watching baseball, soccer, football, basketball, and more – both professionals and youth, somedays a combination of both. Q. Where is one of your favorite travel destinations in the world? The clear waters of Turks and Caicos is absolutely stunning. Q. Describe who you are in 140 characters or less. I’m a mom, wife, red raider, and writer who loves sports, being active, and helping in my community. Q. Fun fact about you? When I was 5 years old, I got to be in a Big Red soda commercial because they featured my hometown gymnastics team.