Tickets have today gone on sale for the inaugural LIV Golf Invitational Series event at Centurion Club in England this summer, and it's fair to say the general admission price is a little steeper than first imagined.
The controversial LIV Golf Invitational Series, backed by Saudi money and led by two-time major champion Greg Norman, will feature eight tournaments around the world with huge pots of gold available at each tournament.
While many of the world's best players on the PGA Tour have not jumped ship to the breakaway circuit, Phil Mickelson has filed an entry to compete in the first LIV Golf event at Centurion Club on June 9.
Sergio Garcia, Ian Poulter, Louis Oosthuizen and Lee Westwood are four other big names who have reportedly put their names forward to compete in the tournament.
It will be a 48-man field and a 54-hole tournament with no cut so that everyone is guaranteed a full three rounds.
The lure for the players is a prize purse of $25 million, making it the richest golf event in history when it tees up this summer.
How much will it cost fans to watch the action?
General admission prices will cost £67.88 per day, with a three-day grounds pass available for £179.69.
To put that into perspective, that is nearly £30 more than a general admission ticket to watch the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth on the DP World Tour.
A daily ticket to The Open Championship at St Andrews this July costs £95.