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Golf Fans LOVE Scottie Scheffler's Masters Champions Dinner Menu

By: Golfshake Editor | Fri 17 Mar 2023

Among the most special traditions of The Masters is that the defending champion selects the menu that will be served in his honour at the Champions Dinner (officially known as the Masters Club Dinner) on the Tuesday evening of tournament week.

Scottie Scheffler's menu was revealed for this year - and it was positively received by the online community of golf fans, who are always fascinated by this annual gathering of legends at Augusta National.

Indeed, a study by the World Sports Network, or WSN, an independent online sport and betting guide, has revealed that Scheffler's menu is the most loved by the public in recent years.

Measuring the social sentiment, Scheffler's menu even beat that of Tiger Woods in 2020.

  1. 2023, Scottie Scheffler, 85%
  2. 2020, Tiger Woods, 83%
  3. 2018, Sergio Garcia, 83%
  4. 2022, Hideki Matsuyama, 82%
  5. 2019, Patrick Reed, 39%
  6. 2021, Dustin Johnson, 26%

In total, 85% of reactions towards his menu were of love, more than any other menu over the years. Scheffler's menu comprises mini cheeseburger sliders, firecracker shrimp, tortilla soup, ribeye steak and warm cookies, milk, and ice cream.

Coming in second place is both Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia’s dinner menus. Woods take on his menu involved a variety of sushi for starters, a main course of steak and Mexican side dishes along with a trio of desserts. Meanwhile, Garcia's lighter menu (but still as much loved) comprised an international salad, traditional Spanish lobster rice, and an Angela Garcia Tres Leches cake for dessert. 

The two least-loved dinner menus, by a large percentage, were both Patrick Reed’s in 2019 and Dustin Johnson's in 2021. The one thing these two menus have in common is a caesar salad starter. 

Dustin's main course was a prime filet mignon with spring vegetables, with peach cobbler and apple pie for dessert. Meanwhile, Reed’s main dish was a prime bone-in cowboy rib eye with sides, tiramisu, creme brulee, and cheesecake for dessert.

So, Scottie Scheffler, the world number one, is not only a winner on the golf course, but in the minds of the golfing public, he is a culinary champion too.

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