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Frisco Approves PGA Deal to Bring Hotel, Courses and Majors to North Texas

The Frisco City Council voted on the deal Tuesday

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    Frisco to Vote on Deal to Bring PGA to North Texas

    The PGA plans to move from its longtime home in Florida to a newly built campus at the northern edge of Frisco in a deal that could cost more than $500 million, three sources familiar with the project told The Dallas Morning News Friday. (Published Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018)

    Frisco City Council approved bringing the PGA of America headquarters to Frisco after a 5-0 vote.

     

    The PGA of America will move from Palm Beach, Florida to the North Texas city in a deal that could cost more than $500 million, three sources familiar with the project told The Dallas Morning News Friday.

     

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    The facility for the headquarters will be located at Rockhill Parkway and Legacy Drive just south of US 380.

     

    The project would include a new 500-room resort by Dallas-based Omni Hotels & Resorts, the new 100,000-square-foot headquarters building, two championship-level golf courses and a 9-hole practice course.

     

    Two PGA Championships, two KPMG Women’s PGA Championships, and potentially a Ryder Cup will be held in Frisco.

     

    The PGA of America headquarters will be joining other big sports centers in Frisco, including The Dallas Cowboy World Headquarters at the Star and the National Soccer Hall of Fame.

     

    The golf courses are expected to open by 2022. The hotel, convention center, and other facilities will open shortly after.

     

    The project would include a new 500-room resort by Dallas-based Omni Hotels & Resorts, the new 100,000-square-foot headquarters building, two championship-level golf courses and a 9-hole practice course.

    Click here to read more from our partners at The Dallas Morning News.

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