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Patrick Reed’s Masters Champions Dinner menu revealed; A look back at all of the menus from this decade



Patrick Reed’s 2019 Masters Champions Dinner menu has been unveiled, and it includes the likes of bone-in ribeye cowboy steak, Mac & cheese, and creamed spinach. The dinner takes place tonight, in an event which pays tribute to all former Masters champions.

With the final menu from this decade confirmed, here is a look at every Champions Dinner menu since 2010.

2018 – Sergio Garcia

  • International Salad – Inspired by ingredients representing countries of Masters Champions
  • Arroz Caldoso de Bogavante – Traditional Spanish Lobster Rice
  • Angela Garcia’s Tres Leches Cake – Tres Leches Ice Cream & Espuma

2017 – Danny Willett

  • Mini Cottage Pies
  • “Sunday Roast” –Prime Rib, Roasted Potatoes & Vegetables, Yorkshire Pudding, Gravy
  • Apple Crumble – Vanilla Custard

2016 – Jordan Spieth

  • Local Greens Salad – Heirloom Tomatoes, Cucumber, Shaved Red Onion, Balsamic Vinaigrette Corn Muffins
  • Authentic Texas Barbecue – Beef Brisket, Smoked Half Chicken, Pork Ribs, BBQ Baked Beans, Bacon and Chive Potato Salad, Sautéed Spring Beans, Grilled Zucchini Roasted Yellow Squash
  • Warm Chocolate Chip Cookie – Vanilla Ice Cream

2015 – Bubba Watson

  • Caesar Salad – Corn Muffins
  • Grilled Chicken Breast – Green Beans, Corn, Mashed Potatoes, Mac & Cheese
  • Confetti Cake – Vanilla Ice Cream

2014 – Adam Scott

  • Artichoke & Argula Salad with Grilled Calamari – Lime Aioli, White Balsamic Vinaigrette
  • Australian Wagyu New York Strip – Moreton Bay Bugs, Sautéed Spinach, Onion Cream Mashed Potatoes, Sherry Thyme Reduction
  • Strawberry & Passion Fruit Pavlova – Anzac Biscuit, Vanilla Sundae

2013 – Bubba Watson

  • Same as 2015

2012 – Charl Schwartzel

  • Iced Seafood Display
  • Traditional Caesar Salad
  • South African BBQ – Marinated & Grilled Filet Mignon, Lamb Chops, Chicken Breast and Boerewors and Monkey Gland Sauce, Dauphinoise Potatoes, Sautéed Sweet Corn and Green Beans
  • Vanilla Ice Cream Sundae – Hot Bar Once Sauce, Crispy Meringues

2011 – Phil Mickelson

  • Ensalada Verde con Vinagreta de Gazpacho – Mesculan Greens, Sherry Vinaigrette, Olives
  • Paella de Mariscos – Seafood Paella
  • Filet de Res Mignon, Pimenton Ahumado Demi Glace – Prime Beef Tenderloin, Manchego Cheese, Smoked Paprika Demi-Glace, Asparagus, Tortilla Espanola
  • Empanada de Manzana – Spanish Apple Pie, Vanilla Ice Cream, Chocolate Cinnamon Ganache

2010 – Angel Cabrera

  • Grouper Ceviche over Plantain Chips
  • Asado – Chorizo (Pork Sausage), Morcilla (Blood Sausage), Mollejas (Sweetbreads), Lomos Enteros (Filet Mignon), Vacio (Flank Steak), Costillas (Short Ribs Bone In)
  • Caramel Crepes – Ice Cream

WRXers, which Champions Dinner would you most like to have attended, and which do you find the least appealing?

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Gianni is the Assistant Editor at GolfWRX. He can be contacted at [email protected] Follow him on Twitter @giannimosquito



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  2. Allen Rawlins

    Apr 10, 2019 at 8:37 am

    I think cabrerra’s Meal is the least appealing, but to be in the rare group, I’d eat anything!!!

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Coolest thing for sale in the GolfWRX Classifieds (04/29/21): Miura TC-201 iron set



At GolfWRX, we love golf, plain and simple.

We are a community of like-minded individuals that all experience and express our enjoyment of the game in many ways. It’s that sense of community that drives day-to-day interactions in the forums on topics that range from best driver to what marker you use to mark your ball. It even allows us to share another thing we all love – buy and selling equipment.

Currently, in our GolfWRX buy/sell/trade (BST) forum, there is a listing for a very nice set of Miura TC-201 irons (4-pw) shafted with Shimada Tour steel.


To check out the full listing in our BST forum, head through the link:  Miura TC-201 irons

This is the most impressive current listing from the GolfWRX BST, and if you are curious about the rules to participate in the BST Forum you can check them out here: GolfWRX BST Rules

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The Wedge Guy: Speed kills (your short game at least)



Todays’ post is much shorter than usual because this topic is extremely simple but very important to a better short game.

IMHO, one of the most overused and abused pieces of golf advice is that which tells us to “accelerate through the ball.” Not that this is a bad thing—all teachers agree that the club should be on a constant acceleration from the start of the downswing to and through impact. But from my observation, the vast majority of golfers are taking the whole bottle of that advice, instead of just one or two pills.

Think of it like this. You pull up to a stoplight next to a little old lady in her 1988 Cadillac. You–being a young guy in your hot car–punch it when the light turns green and leave her in your dust. But she, who gradually pushes the accelerator and takes a full block to get back up to the 30 mph speed limit, also accelerated the entire way. That’s how I see the proper acceleration of the clubhead when you are chipping and pitching.

The short game is precision work, and when you do anything else in your life which requires precision . . . . you tend to work S- -L- -O – -W. The short game should be no different. If you throttle back your entire swing speed . . . slower backswing, slower transition, slower downswing . . . you will find that you can be much more precise in your contact and distance control.

Just a short practice session, even in your backyard, will show you what I mean. Take a few balls and see how slowly you can hit some short chips and pitches. Try to create a tempo that to you is going to feel like a turtle or snail. Slow-motion even. Practice swinging the club slower and slower and watch what happens. Then take that to the practice area at your course.

If you work on slowing down your entire tempo around the greens, you will be much more precise in your technique and results. The bonus comes from the fact that this new slower tempo will likely find its way into the rest of your game and all your shots will begin to get better.

I promise you.

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Tour Photo Galleries

Interesting photos from Tuesday at the Valspar Championship: Part 2



This week, the PGA Tour is at Innisbrook Resort on the Copperhead course in Palm Harbor, Florida, for the Valspar Championship, where 2019 champion Paul Casey is looking to defend his title. The field of 156 is getting ready to battle starting Thursday for the $6.9 million purse with $1.24 million going to the winner.

GolfWRX was on-site Tuesday to spy a glimpse into the bags of some of the world’s top golfers and we had so many images that were bringing you a part two!

Don’t forget you can check out all our image galleries in the GolfWRX Tour Equipment forum.

Kevin Kisner is back to old faithful

Although the putter is new (Odyssey 2-Ball Ten), the length is something familiar for Kevin Kisner this week at the Valspar Championship. After a couple of week of testing the armlock style, it looks like he is going back to a more convention length.

DJ is sticking with the Brandon 1

After putting it into play for the final round of the RBC Heritage, it looks like Dustin Johnson is sticking with a new TaylorMade Brandon 1 prototype putter and LA golf graphite putter shaft. If this putter seems familiar, it’s because we saw Tommy Fleetwood put something very similar into play a couple of weeks ago too.

Chris Kirk is taking a 5-year leap with a new Cobra driver

Equipment free agent Chris Kirk is not one to switch often—his most recent driver was the under-the-radar classic Callaway 2016 Big Bertha.

But on the putting green this week we spotted Kirk testing a Cobra RadSpeed model, which could mean he’s ready to take a big five-year leap in driver tech.

Did someone say Cobra?

We also spotted James Hahn testing a RadSpeed in a Tuesday practice round. Bonus points to Hahn for the awesome socks!

Tom Lewis has a real superhero setup

Custom covers paired with a Callaway combo set featuring limited edition “Japanese forged” Apex blades. Tom Lewis has an aspirational set of sticks.

Phil is at the Valspar and ready to paint the town red – with birdies

Phil was a late addition to the field at the Valspar this year, but he’s looking in tip-top shape as he preps for the year’s second major, the PGA Championship. Speaking of tip-top shape…

Bodyguard or caddy?

Before Phil made his way to the putting green, the first man on the scene was his caddy who also looks to moonlight as a bouncer in his spare time.

Ryan Armour has one awesome Scotty Cameron

How cool is this Circle T?

Thumbs up for Team Rose

Justin has been using an Axis1 putter for a number of years now, but we did catch him messing around with some different grip options on his preferred Rose signature model.

Grace is still on “Auto” pilot

It has been well documented that a number of golfers have tested the Autoflex shaft, but many have gone back to previous models after only a few weeks. Branden Grace made the switch close to a month ago and it seems that its still going strong in the bag.

Dufner is a grinder

We caught Jason Dufner working on his short-range putting using his prototype 3D printed Cobra putter. Although we don’t have all the details this new design packs some seriously high MOI based on its geometry. (below photo is from a previous event)

JJ’s has some top choices in the bag

JJ Spaun is one of the quiet equipment free agents on the PGA Tour, but he has quite the setup that includes the very popular Srixon ZX7 irons and a Ping G425 driver with Fujikura Ventus. On a personal note, I had the chance to caddie in a PGA Tour Pro-Am a number of years ago where our pro was JJ, and he could not have been a nicer guy. Go, JJ!

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