Adult (20+) Masters Program

Synchronized swimming has come a long way since the aquatic musicals of Esther Williams. In addition to being a challenging Olympic, collegiate and youth sport, synchro can also be a life-long fitness activity.

Because it takes place in water, synchro is low-impact, putting less stress on your joints than running or other land exercises. At the same time, it's a high-intensity cardiovascular workout that tones your legs, arms and core as you increase your endurance and breath control. Add music, and it's a fun way to stay in shape that can be continued throughout your retirement years.

Current PTX Masters swimmers range from former Age Group and collegiate competitors to a a former McKinney Mermaids swimmer in her late 60s. We welcome both seasoned swimmers and newcomers over the age of 19.

Our experienced swimmers (who are also USSS certified coaches) will teach any interested beginners basic synchronized swimming techniques, figures and routines set to music. Practices typically consist of a swimming and synchro conditioning warm-up (tailored to your fitness level), followed by figure work and a routine swimming and choreography session.

Participants can take advantage of our unique and challenging workouts to increase their strength, flexibility and stamina while developing creativity and close bonds with teammates. Each October, interested team members may also opt to compete at US Masters Nationals, joining a tight-knit community of athletes from across the country. At Nationals, you can witness our sport's gamut of skill levels and its longevity, with swimmers as young as 20 all the way up to athletes in their 80s!  2016 our team placed 6th in the 40-49 age group category.  In 2017 our 30-39 team placed 3rd.


Requirements: Participants must be 20 or older, deep-water safe (we practice in a 12-foot-deep pool), able to swim the crawlstroke, and should be comfortable going upside down underwater.

Schedule: The PTX Masters team practices primarily at North Lake College Aquatic Center on Thursdays. Recreational swimmers: 6:30-7:30pm. Competitive swimmers 6:00-8:20pm. Competitive swimmers also practice every other Sunday at the Flower Mound Community Activity Center from 1:30-5:00pm.

Practice Attire: Swimmers should wear a one-piece swimsuit, swim cap and goggles. Noseclips can be purchased at practice.  

For More Information: If you're interested in joining our Masters program or have any questions, contact us here or by sending an email to