A pint of beers at the championship tournament at the Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma, will cost you around $20.
According to a report published in Golfweek, “A Michelob Ultra is $18, a Stella Artois $19. A glass of wine is $13, souvenir and signature cocktails are $19.”
But, spectators can console themselves knowing that their drinks are served up in 25 OZ. cans.
With such prices, it appears that local wine and beer retailers within the Tulsa region will be ready for a roaring day when fans rush to drink before they enter the clubhouse.
The black market salad industry could gain traction too; according to Golfweek, one salad is expected to cost customers $16. This is a striking amount not only because it’s for a salad, but because the hot dogs made of all beef ($8), Beyond Burger ($15), and the Butcher's Grind Cheeseburger ($14) all come at a cheaper price than salad.
It's not like there's any reason to ever choose salad over a hot dog or hamburger, but now there's more of a reason, considering the high price.
Yet, fans aren't at all concerned about the cost.
“Well, it's only for one day,” Samantha Ripken from Oklahoma City told Golfweek. “And I get to eat my salad watching Tiger Woods.”