New Omni PGA Frisco Resort Now Accepting Group Bookings

The 501-room Texas hotel, featuring seven four-bedroom golf villas and 127,000 square feet of event space, will open next spring.

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A rendering of the Omni Frisco PGA Resort

Group bookings are now being accepted for spring 2023 at the 501-room Omni PGA Frisco Resort, where a topping-out ceremony was held in March. Developed in partnership with the PGA of America and the city of Frisco, Texas, the new property will feature two championship golf courses designed by Beau Welling and Gil Hanse, and seven four-bedroom golf villas with views of the layouts. For meetings, there will be 127,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space.

“With group meetings and events returning quickly, we are eager to share our exciting new resort for groups to consider for June 2023 events and beyond,” said Jeff Smith, vice president and managing director for the resort. “Omni PGA Frisco is excited to see the role it will play as a state-of-the-art meetings destination in Texas. This extraordinary resort in partnership with PGA of America and the city of Frisco will become a beacon within the community, and country, creating the modern home of golf.”

Aiming to construct a culinary, recreation, relaxation, meetings and entertainment destination, the resort will offer 12 dining outlets; three pools, including an adults-only rooftop infinity pool; and a destination spa. PGA Frisco also will be the new home of the PGA Headquarters for its 28,000 PGA Golf Professionals and players of all abilities. A retail and entertainment district will feature dining and shopping options, as well as an outdoor stage for concerts and other programming. 

The $500 million investment is the largest resort currently in development in the country, according to Omni. The property's aesthetic will sport clean architectural lines using a mix of stone, wood and metals, drawn from the modern ranch-style homes found throughout the Lone Star State. 

The culinary options will range from casual to fine dining in the form of a lobby bar, an all-day dining outlet with to-go offerings, a signature restaurant, coffee and ice cream shops, and more. The destination spa will offer wellness experiences and salon services, a retail shop, and multiple pools. 

Aside from the two 18-hole courses, there will be a lighted 10-hole short course and a two-acre putting green, a Lounge by Topgolf, the PGA Frisco Coaching Center, and a practice facility that will be anchored by a clubhouse and entertainment district. The resort aims to open in time to host the 2023 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship, to be followed by 26 championships scheduled in Frisco through 2034, including the PGA Championship and the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. Also on site will be tennis, pickleball and bocce ball courts.

Making up the 127,000 square feet of meeting space will be a ballroom, a junior ballroom and dedicated meeting rooms, each with event lawns and prefunction spaces overlooking the golf courses. The Panther Creek Pavilion will be a standalone facility for indoor-outdoor events.