Scotty Scheffler’s Masters Champions Dinner Menu: Cheeseburger sliders, ribeye steak and chocolate chip cookies


Big title, green jacket, millions of dollars in prize money; there are many advantages to win Mastersbut there is another prize that contenders are especially after.

Because when you win the Augusta National, you get to choose the menu for next year’s Masters Champions Dinner. This April it Scotty Sheffler turn to trigger cooking shots.

A dominant victory Securing his first major career career has been a stellar 2022 for Scheffler, who returns to Georgia next month to chase back-to-back victories as the new world number one.

And two days before his crown defense begins on April 6, the 26-year-old will gather with a host of former winners at the famed Augusta National for a set menu at the traditional Masters Dinner.

Scheffler celebrating a win on the 18th green at Augusta in 2022.

Appetizers include cheeseburgers served “Scottish” and firework shrimp with sweet Thai chili and Sriracha mayonnaise. Then comes the starter, a tortilla soup served with avocado, crunchy blue tortilla strips, sour cream, cilantro and lime.

Born in New Jersey but moved to Texas as a child, the main course appears to be a nod to Scheffler’s Dallas roots with his choice of Texas ribeye steak or blackened sea bass.

Family-style macaroni and cheese, creamed corn and jalapenos, roasted Brussels sprouts and spiced french fries will be available as side dishes.

To round off dessert, Schleffer opted for warm chocolate chip cookies served with milk and cookies with ice cream.

This marks a drastic change in tastes from Hideki Matsuyama’s 2022 menu.

While the first Japanese Masters champions also chose rib-eye as their main dish, its main dish was Miyazaki Wagyu steak, followed by sushi and Japanese strawberry shortbread for dessert.

In 2021, Dustin Johnson made headlines when he decided to serve pigs in blankets to celebrate victory at the postponed 2020 tournament. Postponed November event saw Tiger Woods Finally, he hosted his dinner – the fifth of the 15-time major tournament winner’s career – after having to spend his first “quarantine-style” dinner with his family in Florida in April.

A traditional dinner reinforces the inextricable connection of the major with food. Pimento cheese sandwiches with egg salad, served in halls in green bags, have become synonymous with Augusta National.

Their prices have remained the same for decades, with sandwiches still costing $1.50 at last year’s event.

With tickets notoriously hard to come by, many golf enthusiasts will miss the main games in April, prompting organizers to restart the game. “Taste of the Masters” hosting kit

For $175, fans can order a take-out package containing a range of concessions from the major, including two iconic sandwich toppings, potato chips, cookies and souvenir cups.