Frisco’s Got Game!
With the love of sports at its epicenter and a reputation that precedes it as the “sports city”, Frisco embraces the love of the game like no other city. Sports are literally the pulse, the energy and the “we-don’t-take-this-lightly” mantra of Frisco. And we wouldn’t have it any other way. To say Frisco is sports-driven is like saying “It doesn’t matter if we win or lose.” Voted the #1 place to raise an athlete, the game of sports is at Frisco’s core. Count 8 sports organizations and 4 world-class facilities with multiple champion-level training, this is the place to bring your A game. The facilities that call Frisco home:
• Comerica Center
• Dr. Pepper Ballpark
• Toyota Stadium and National Soccer Hall of Fame
Frisco is one of the few and select U.S. cities boasting 8 professional/collegiate sports organizations, making it one of the most livable and desirable cities in the world. This is the place where executives and athletes can easily collaborate with diverse, like-minded individuals in both sports and the fast-paced business of sports as well.
PGA of America is moving its headquarters, training and practice facilities to Frisco in 2022. Imagine every slice of lush green life—from resort-style golf country clubs to top-of-the-line public links, Frisco has a course for every level—to watch, play and learn. Already famous for hosting numerous PGA, USPGA and LPGA events, this will soon be home to two major PGA golf championships, plus LPGA and Senior Championships and a Ryder Cup. With 5 championship and amateur golf courses, and 14 PGA-Pros, plus nationally ranked golf players at high school and youth levels, Frisco is definitely the green place to dig your tee in.