US PGA: Price of a beer at Southern Hills will make your eyes water

Pga Championship Drink Prices

If you’re off to Southern Hills for the PGA Championship, you’d better remember to take your wallet.

A picture of the price list for drinks at the championship has gone viral on social media – and the cost of the beverages on offer was widely slammed.

One Stella Artois will set you back $19, as will a Michelob Ultra organic seltzer. It’s the same price for one of the Tulsa venue’s “souvenir cocktails”.

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The rest of the menu doesn’t make much better reading.

It’s $18 for a standard Michelob Ultra, $15 for a Kona Big Wave golden ale or cocktails and $13 for wine.

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Even if you stick to water you can expect to pay through the nose – a bottle of Aquafina will cost $6.

The prices mark a huge contrast to the Masters earlier this year, where a beer would have set you back a comparatively cheap $5, with bottled water priced at $2.

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