The top golf instructors in the world charge in excess of $1,000 per hour for lessons. If you think that's a lot, consider this: Someone just paid more than $200,000 for a lesson with Tiger Woods. Of course, it's all for a good cause (to benefit Hurricane Harvey relief) and probably represents one percent of the individual's net worth, but still. Woods is famously not motivated by money (and exceedingly cheap), so it'll be interesting to see what tips he gives at that price.
Ben Alberstadt, Your Editor
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