LPGA at Locust Hill Means Big Bucks for Neighbors

Published 06/21 2011 02:54PM

Updated 06/23 2011 01:46PM

PITTSFORD, NY - Homeowners are making thousands of dollars by offering lawn parking during the week of the Wegmans LPGA Championship at Locust Hill Country Club.

Jon Zatyko said he makes anywhere from $1,000 to $3,000 each year. Homeowners with more parking space or who live right across from the country club make a lot more. Some people offer their parkers water and ATM access to draw in customers.

On Tuesday, the price to park went from a dollar to $10 depending how close you were to the country club. Many of the prices will double by Thursday.  

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