Golf isn’t the only thing people enjoy in Southern Hills.
There is unique country club entertainment that does not involve a golf club.
Thousands of spectators come and go from PGA stores, escaping the scorching heat and getting their professional golf merchandise, but one thing that’s free is live music.
“A lot of people think I’m here to cashier until they walk in and they’re like, ‘Oh, you’re the DJ,'” said Cynthia Gates, DJ Queen Jesseen.
DJ Queen said people loved it.
“The kids are awesome. They kind of watch everything. Some of them want to come over and like to touch the gear and they’re so cute,” said Cynthia Gates, otherwise known as Queen Jesseen.
“I really like Snoop Dog,” said Charlie McClure.
“I will be the first to dance,” said Rachel Malakar.
“Love this DJ,” said one fan on their way to checkout.
Blake Smith is a volunteer and said music makes storage shelves more enjoyable.
“All week I’ve been here at this place so the DJ keeps going. I didn’t hear any music repeats. There was a lot of energy the whole time. Not too loud where you can’t converse but it’s nice in the experience,” said volunteer Blake Smith.
“I play a lot of remixes, so keep the beat going, like the energy and everything,” said DJ Queen Jesseen.
DJ Queen Jesseen is no stranger to big venues and normally performs at Hardrock.
“I’ve been DJing for about 12 years…so they emailed me and here I am,” said DJ Queen Jesseen.
However, she said she had never done anything on this scale.
“It’s a lot of fun. There are so many different people. And I’m in the hat section, so I can see everyone, like trying on all the hats and looking at myself in the mirror. It’s kinda cute” , said DJ Queen. jesseen.
DJ Queen Jesseen is at the PGA Shops from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. until Saturday. She said another DJ would come on Sunday.