Each year, one of the numerous traditions at the Masters is the extraordinarily low concession pricing. The PGA Championship organizers are taking a slightly different strategy.
Anyone planning on attending this week’s PGA Championship at Southern Hills Country Club in Oklahoma may need to take out a second mortgage. A single beer or alcoholic beverage costs roughly $20 at the event. For one thing. Take a look at some of these ridiculous prices:
It should be illegal to charge $18 for a Michelob Ultra. Of course, people will pay it, but there will be a lot of grumbling. There should, according to PGA superstar Justin Thomas. He found out about the rates and made a joke about it on Instagram.
The Masters has experienced occasional price hikes throughout the years, but a beer at Augusta National is unlikely to cost $18 until 2085 at the earliest. That had better be a massive beer.
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