Max and Lacey Homa. Max Homa Instagram
The 2023 FedEx Cup will have a prize money pool of $75 million. That’s a solid amount for most. It’s mere pennies if you’re Taylor Swift, however, as her Eras Tour is on track to become the first $1 billion concert series. Potentially rising to as much as $1.4 billion down the road.
A worldwide phenomenon, the stadium sets are attracting hundreds of thousands of fans to each venue and feature Swift putting on a three-hour-plus performance multiple times a week. Perhaps as inspiration (or just because he’s a devoted Swiftie), Homa and the rest of his family found time before the FedEx St Jude Championship to check out this spectacle.
@lacehoma The quickest family trip to LA to see the Eras Tour from my pov! Thank you to our sweet friends for making every detail happen! Dream come true 💜 #erastour #erastourla #taylorswift #taylorswifterastour ♬ …Ready For It? – Taylor Swift
What we have is quite the outing as Max, Lacey and their son Cam made their way to SoFi Stadium to take in the eighth wonder of the world while donning hand-made friendship bracelets and Swift merch. As one does.
From the TikTok, it seems like the Homas were able to finagle darn good seats, which is an impressive feat even for the No. 7 golfer in the world. Being able to get inside the building is an accomplishment in and of itself given Ticketmaster at this point.
The only negative for Homa is that his wife put him on blast for catching a few zeds during the show.
If Taylor Swift can survive for three hours sprinting around, remembering intricate choreography and shaking it off, a professional athlete has no excuse to sit down. “Shady that u put me sitting in this video,” commented Max to which Lacey replied: “🤭😘”.
We’ll let it slide though as the “Starbucks Lovers” shirt is a strong look, especially since 1989 (Taylor’s version) is right around the corner.
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Two golf compatriots made sure to comment on Homa’s Insta as well. “You have an open invitation to a T Swift group me I’m in. Just say the word,” Smylie Kaufman said. “Well we know what your walkout music is going to be next year at the Zurich,” Shane Bacon added.
It looks as if the entire Homa family made it back home at 9.19am the following morning, which is certainly impressive. The guy has some big-time golf to prepare for, and maybe witnessing the Eras Tour is exactly what Homa needed to get ready for the final stretch of the PGA Tour season.