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PGA Frisco Frequently Asked Questions

What is PGA Frisco? 

PGA Frisco is a public/private partnership between the PGA of America, Omni Hotels & Resorts, the City of Frisco and the Frisco Independent School District. The 660-acre campus is a unique destination that includes Fields Ranch, Omni PGA Frisco Resort, The Monument Realty PGA District, PGA of America, and Northern Texas PGA.

What is the Monument Realty PGA District?

The Monument Realty PGA District is an expansive retail and entertainment district located in Frisco, TX. The district features The Swing, a lighted 10-hole short course; The Dance Floor, a lighted 2-acre putting course; and an outdoor area for concerts and events. Additionally, the District offers a variety of retail and dining options, along with family-friendly movie nights throughout the summer season.

Is the Monument Realty PGA District open to the public?

Yes, the PGA District is open to the public. Learn more about retail, dining, and activity options here.

Is there a fee for parking?

The Monument Realty PGA District offers complimentary parking for all guests with the exception of select special events. Please visit the events page for more information.

Can I bring my dog to the Monument Realty PGA District?

Yes, PGA Frisco is a pet-friendly destination! No dangerous animals, animals perceived to be threatening, wild animals, or other unusual animals will be allowed. The district prohibits pets from all of the following areas: Retail Shops, Golf Facilities, and any Dining area. The pet must be on the leash at all times. Guide dogs are exempt from the pet policy. If the pet causes damage, barks, makes other noises, or is otherwise a cause of guest complaints, the Resort reserves the right to remove the pet.

What items are prohibited on PGA Frisco grounds?

PGA Frisco does not allow outside coolers, lawn chairs, professional photography, and non-golf sporting equipment.

What is the Dance Floor?

The Dance Floor is a lighted 2-acre putting course that is one of the largest natural-grass putting course in the U.S. co designed by Gil Hanse and Beau Welling. Visit the PGA Frisco golf page for hours of operation.

Can I rent equipment for the Dance Floor?

Yes, putters and golf balls are available to rent for $5 at the Starter Hut. There is no cost to those that bring their own putter and golf balls.

Can I use the Driving Range?

The Driving Range is reserved for those that have a reserved tee time on Fields Ranch East or West. Learn more on how to book a tee-time here. *Range access is solely available on the same day as tee time.

How do I book a stay at PGA Frisco?

To reserve an overnight stay at the Omni PGA Frisco Resort, please visit the resort website.

Who do I contact regarding professional photography?

For professional photography inquiries, please email DALPGAMarketing@omnihotels.com. *All professional photography must be scheduled in advance, site fees do apply.

Do special events require tickets?

While the majority of special events at PGA Frisco are complimentary and open to the public, some events do require tickets. Please visit our events page for details.

How do I stay up to date with news and events at PGA Frisco?

The best way to receive updates is by signing up to the PGA Frisco email list and following the PGA Frisco Instagram @officialpgafrisco.

Is the PGA of America building open to the public?

The PGA of America office is a private building and is not open to the public.

What is the PGA of America Coaching Center?

The PGA of America Coaching Center powered by T-Mobile is a 12,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art training facility open to the public for golfers of all abilities. The two-story, 10 hitting bay facility offers:

  • Private Lessons
  • Group Programs
  • Corporate Clinics
  • Group Events
  • Custom Club Fitting
  • Golf Fitness Studio

Custom club fittings and a golf fitness studio round out the amenities available at the PGA Coaching Center. All lessons are led by PGA of America Professional Coaches. Book your lesson here.

What major championships and events are coming to PGA Frisco?

The PGA of America is excited to bring championship golf to PGA Frisco. Upcoming championships include the 2025 and 2031 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, 2027 and 2034 PGA Championship and the 2029 Senior PGA Championship. There are also several high school invitationals and PGA Jr. League Championships. Click here for more information about these championships and more.

How can I sign up to volunteer at or purchase tickets to upcoming championships?

Information about upcoming championships and events can be found online here or by emailing friscochampionships@pgahq.com.

What is the difference between the PGA of America and PGA TOUR?

The PGA of America, headquartered in Frisco, Texas, is an association of more than 30,000 trained male and female golf professionals dedicated to elevating and advancing the game for the enjoyment of everyone. These professionals work at on- and off-course golf facilities around the world and coach and teach millions how to play and enjoy golf and run the operations and manage golf facilities. In addition to the Ryder Cup, PGA Championship, KPMG Women’s PGA Championship and Senior PGA Championship, the PGA of America hosts numerous member and amateur championships.

The PGA TOUR is an organization of tournament-playing professionals and organizer of professional golf tournaments throughout the U.S. The PGA TOUR is headquartered in Florida.

The PGA of America and PGA TOUR have been independent of one another since 1968.


The Swing Will Close at 8:30 pm Friday, May 10

Due to maintenance issues with outdoor lighting, The Swing will close early this evening.


Please feel free to direct any questions to the Golf Shop prior to 7:00 pm, they can be reached at (469)888-5855.



Closing Early for Event Set-Up

The Monument Realty PGA District will close at 3 p.m. on Saturday, July 1, in preparation for “Fireworks on The Fairway.” Gates for the event will open for ticketed guests at 6 p.m.

Normal business operations will resume on Sunday, July 2.