The Omni Frisco will celebrate its opening on Tuesday near the new PGA Headquarters.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday morning will incorporate remarks from Texas Governor Greg Abbott, Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney, and others associated with the hotel.
The hotel is a part of the 660-acre land grounds incorporating entertainment, dining, retail, and two championship golf courses.
The $500+ million Omni PGA Frisco Resort has 500 guest rooms, ten private Ranch Houses, four pools, 19 meeting rooms, nine outdoor event venues, and open shops and restaurants year-round.
The hotel accepts bookings for May 2023 and then some, with a room costing $305 or more each evening.
The new golf resort is supposed to create 1,000 new positions and be an objective for new guests worldwide.
There are several golf tournaments expected to be held on the courses next to the hotel over the next few years, including National Car Rental PGA Jr. League Championship (2023, 2024), the PGA Professional Championship (2024, 2030, 2033), the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship (2023, 2029), the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship (2025, 2031) and the PGA Championship (2027, 2034).
The first, the 2023 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship, will be played on May 25-28.
The Fields Ranch West course now accepts tee times, while the Fields Ranch East opens for public tee times starting May 30.
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