PGA 2022 Championship: Justin Thomas “stunned” by the high prices of beer and food at the 2022 PGA Championship

2017 PGA Championship the winner is not happy with what fans will have to pay for drinks and food at this year’s edition of the major.
When Thomas got wind of a report by Steve DiMeglio of Golfweekwho said it will cost fans $ 18 for a beer and $ 16 for a salad at the Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma, he felt he had to say something.
Thomas he answered to the tweet with the report expressing his disbelief.

“$ 18 (!!!!!) for a beer … uhhhh what. I have to treat the fans better than that!” the 29-year-old said.

When a Twitter user challenged Thomas about where he thought the winner’s big pot, Thomas, came from She said ironically: “TV offers, ticket sales, corporate sponsors, etc. Apparently, if concession stands were taken into account in our bag, we’d be playing for $ 15 million.”

At his pre-tournament press conference, Thomas was asked about prices and once again expressed his surprise and disappointment. He said it was something that had been commented on in the locker room among his playmates.

The beer case in concession with Michelob Ultra is seen during a test round before the start of the PGA 2022 championship.

“I just saw it and was blown away,” he said. “It’s just a shame. You want people to come to the tournament. If I’m on the fence and looking at the concession stand, that’s not the best. But at the same time, people don’t like coming to a tournament, like, ‘Oh , I’m going to buy a Michelob Ultra ‘, you know what I mean “.

“I was blown away because I’ve never seen a $ 18 or $ 19 beer in my life,” he said. “The guys talked about it, so I had to defend the fans. It felt like it was right.”