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The Masters is the most prestigious golf tournament in the world, held at one of the most prestigious and exclusive courses ever made. All of this means everything around The Masters is cloaked in deep tradition. 


One of those traditions is the reigning champion selecting the menu for the Champions Dinner leading up to the tournament. Winning The Masters ensures you a lifetime entry into the event, and when you win the green jacket, you're invited back for the champions dinner every year.  


Well, 2018 winner, Patrick Reed, discussed his thoughts around what his impending menu will be for this year's dinner and let's just say, he has a plan. 

Reed's menu will be ribeye steaks, macaroni and cheese, creamed spinach and creamed corn. For those non-red meat lovers, Reed also plans to offer options such as grilled chicken, seafood and maybe a few other healthier choices to round it out. 

When asked about his wide range of selections he said, "I want to please everyone there. It's not just for me, it's for all the past champions, and I want everyone to have a great time.''


When it comes to Masters traditions, this one is as fun and interesting as any. Every winner approaches it differently. Some aim to please everyone. Others just pick what they like. Some are influenced by past winners. 


Judging by Reed's menu and words, it seems his goal is to make everyone fatter and slower, probably in an attempt to win back-to-back Masters and reserve the right to pick the dinner menu yet again in 2020. 


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