Tiger Woods returned to the golf course last week, and finished tied for ninth at the Hero World Challenge after 301 days away from the sport.
With that being said, ever wonder what it would cost to get a private lesson from arguably the best golfer ever?
Well, two Tour pros, Chris Stroud and Bobby Gates, hosted a Hurricane Harvey relief pro-am at the Tiger Woods designed Bluejack National. The event raised over $1 million dollars according to Tim Rosaforte. The kicker is that a private lesson with the 14-time major winner cost a staggering $210,000.
What’s a lesson with @TigerWoods worth? On Monday at a draw party for the Hurricane Harvey Relief Pro-Am organized by tour players @ChrisStroudPGA and @BobbyGatesGolf, a lesson with Tiger went for $210,000. The event concluded today at @BluejackNation, an ETW design.
— Tim Rosaforte (@TimRosaforte) December 12, 2017
So, there you have it. A lesson with one of the greatest to ever play the game cost more than most people make in a year. I’ll stick to my local golf club pro at $50 a lesson.
[HT Golf Digest]