If you have the desire and the bank to watch a bunch of rich men move tiny balls around a lush obstacle course, head to Pittsford, where the PGA Championship is being held at Oak Hill Country Club (346 Kilbourn Road). Events began on August 5, continue through August 11, and kick into full swing on Thursday, August 8. Friday through Sunday grounds tickets are sold out, but passes for Thursday are still available for $75. Or you can get a Wanamaker Club House ticket package for $475 plus tax. It's fancy tent with AC, TVs, and bathrooms. The President's Club tickets (access to grounds and the main building, free food and parking) are $900 per day. For more information, call 800-742-4653 or hunt around at pga.com/pgachampionship.