Earlier in the week, a picture of the beer prices at Southern Hills for the PGA Championship went viral. And even Justin Thomas appears to be a bit miffed.
"Gotta treat the fans better" blasted Thomas, 29, on social media when he saw that one Stella Artois will set you back $19.
If you want to go for the cheaper option you can opt for a can of Michelob Ultra, which you will have to fork out $18 for.
The rest of the menu doesn't look too appealing, either, with a bottled water costing you $6.
Cocktails cost $15 whilst souvenir cocktails (made with Jim Beam) will cost an extra $4.
Even when we put the post up on our Instagram page the prices did not go over too well with our readers.
"If I paid $19 for a beer I'd have to kick my own a** one " one of our readers wrote.
The prices are a little bit different to those of the 86th Masters, where a crispy, cold lager cost a more reasonable $5 and bottled water for a few bucks.
Granted, it will have cost you more to get in, but still...
$18(!!!!!!) for a beer… uhhhh what. Gotta treat the fans better than that! https://t.co/7DeyC7WTJE— Justin Thomas (@JustinThomas34) May 17, 2022
Beers $4.50 in the Saudi PGA— Bobby Berry (@berryirish30) May 17, 2022
Hahaha that’s pretty good— Justin Thomas (@JustinThomas34) May 17, 2022
"Uhhh what," Thomas added in his post. One fan joked that beers cost $4.50 in the Saudi league, which the 2017 PGA Championship winner found funny.
"That's pretty good," replied Thomas, who has been an outspoken critic over the emergence of the Saudi-backed LIV Golf Invitational Series.
Last week he provided a damning assessment of the situation, telling the LIV Golf signees: "If you want to go, go!"