The Professional Golfers Association of America headquarters is opening in Frisco next spring, and the first tournament near the campus has already been announced.

The 2023 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship will be held May 23-28, 2023, at Fields Ranch East, a course included with the PGA headquarters in north Frisco, just south of US 380 and PGA Parkway.

Here are five things to know before the tournament kicks off in 10 months.

1. Fields Ranch East was designed by golf course architect Gil Hanse.

Hanse has designed golf courses around the world since the late 1990s. Most notably, he designed the 2016 Olympic golf course in Rio de Janeiro. Recent projects include courses in Ban Rakat, Thailand, and Saint-Laurent-Nouan, France.

2. Championship Hospitality tickets are on sale now.

Hospitality ticket holders will have private skyboxes at the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship that overlook the 17th and 18th holes. Tickets also include food, an open bar service, private bathrooms, Wi-Fi and preferred parking. More information about the Hospitality program can be found at

3. The championship is recruiting volunteer committee chairs.

Committees include walking scorers, marshals and contestant registration. More volunteer positions will open in late summer. Those interested in volunteering can visit for more information.

4. Internships and temporary positions will be available for the KitchenAid championship.

More information about these opportunities will be available late this year. Those interested should email Jason Mengler at [email protected].

5. Frisco residents will receive a 30% discount on green fees once Fields Ranch East opens.

Golfers who live in Frisco can look forward to these discounted rates once the course opens to the public in April.