What food is served at The Masters Champions Dinner each year?

Every year the champion from the previous year decides on, and pays for, the menu at that year's Champions Dinner.

More about the food at the Masters Dinner

  • The Champions Dinner itself dates back to 1952 when Ben Hogan began the tradition, suggesting a club be formed of all those who have won the Masters. This club would have dinner together on the Tuesday evening of Masters week.  Winners personalizing the menu started in 1986.
  • Some of the more unique meals we’ve read about include Haggis (served by Sandy Lyle in 1989), South African bobotie (Trevor Immelman, 2009), and Moreton Bay Bugs (Adam Scott, 2014).
  • ThoughtCo has a complete list of all specially selected dinners since 1986 when Bernhard Langer organized Weiner schnitzel.
  • This short video below takes inside the dining room for a little peak at what it’s like for those special individuals qualified to sit at the table.

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