The Bays at Frisco

by | Jul 9, 2024 | Business

There’s a revolutionary golf destination on the horizon in Frisco, Texas, and it promises to be a game-changer. The Bays at Frisco is a one-of-a-kind, 18-acre golf resort currently under construction that will open its doors in 2025.

Partnering with TaylorMade, The Bays at Frisco will be an innovative four-story, 100,000-square-foot facility designed to provide an unparalleled golfing experience. It will feature cutting-edge golf equipment and technology and a fully equipped restaurant and bar. Additionally, the facility offers the convenience of an on-site boutique hotel, allowing visitors to fully immerse themselves in the world of golf.

Located adjacent to the PGA of America’s new headquarters in Frisco, Texas, this luxurious golf facility promises an unparalleled experience, blending state-of-the-art technology with high-end amenities.

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Representatives from The Bays at Frisco, the City of Frisco, and TaylorMade celebrate breaking ground on The Bays.

The Bays at Frisco will feature a limited number of boutique hotel suites, each equipped with private hitting bays on the balconies. These bays offer stunning views of the PGA Frisco courses, allowing guests to practice their swings in an exclusive and picturesque setting. The facility will also house TaylorMade’s third Kingdom fitting center in the nation, providing custom club fittings and access to the latest golf technology where guests can watch their new custom clubs being crafted onsite.

“The rise of golf post-pandemic has soared as more flock to the outdoors for exercise, so we wanted to create an entertainment venue that includes various professional golf brands that will draw golfers of all levels over and over again,” The Bays Founder James Meese said in a news release. “The makeup of golfers has changed and grown into new cultures, and we are inspired to serve all audiences of North Texas who take an interest in golf.”

The Bays at Frisco is being designed to offer an immersive golf experience for all ages and skill levels, from avid golfers to novices. Visitors will be transported into a golfer’s paradise, with deluxe golf hitting bays, a spacious 25,000-square-foot putting green, and an extensive bar.

The restaurant aims to offer guests a truly unique experience with a 100-foot-wide video wall and a selection of upscale menu options curated by the restaurant’s professional chef. Moreover, on the third and fourth floors, a 12,000-square-foot private membership club will be available, providing an exclusive and luxurious space for members to relax and socialize. Additionally, the establishment will feature dedicated areas for corporate suites, events, and partnerships, catering to various needs and preferences.

“Golf, whether you do well that day or not, is truly about the experience and the memories made with your friends, and that is the exact idea of The Bays at Frisco,” said J.R. Smith, two-time NBA champion and investment partner with The Bays. “James has created a great concept with luxury golf experiences and hospitality at The Bays in Frisco, and once it opens, it will definitely become my home away from home.”

The Bays at Frisco is poised to become a landmark destination for golfers. Its combination of advanced golf facilities, luxurious accommodations, and a prime location promises an unparalleled experience that will attract visitors from around the globe.

Whether you’re a seasoned golfer or just looking to enjoy a unique and high-end getaway, The Bays at Frisco is set to offer something truly special.

For more information and updates on the development, visit the official website of The Bays at Frisco .


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<a href="" target="_self">Alan Darty</a>

Alan Darty

Alan is the founder and publisher of Golf One Media and the former publisher of eSouthernGOLF—a second-generation Florida native who loves all things Florida. You can usually find him with his wife, watching their two daughters coaching volleyball at Oviedo (FL) High School or Mississippi State University when he's not golfing, hunting, or fishing.