Tiger Woods will serve his fifth Masters Champions Dinner at Augusta National on Tuesday in a tradition that was first started by Ben Hogan back in 1952.
Woods, who clinched his 15th career major title at The Masters in April 2019, is opting for a three-course meal with throwbacks to his previous Champions Dinner Menus that he also hosted in 1998, 2002, 2003 and 2006.
The annual Masters Champions Dinner sees the previous year's winner serve food for all past Masters winners should they be able to attend.
For 2020, Woods has selected Sushi and Sashimi for a starter - just as he did in 2002, 2003 and 2006, with the one exception being Cheeseburgers back in 1998.
He is then plating up Steak and Chiken Fajitas for the main course, just as he did last time around in 2006, and he is then having Strawberry and Vanilla Milkshakes for dessert, like he did in 1998.
Betway, who is offering some fantastic value markets for The Masters, has taken a closer look at some of the best and worst Masters Champions Dinner Menus over the years, which you can read by clicking on the below link.
The feature examines the most popular choice of steaks picked by Masters champions, with beef leading the way on 15, and it also takes a closer look at the most popular starters, mains, side dishes and desserts.
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