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Dustin Johnson unveils Champions Dinner menu (and it’s not sandwiches)

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Dustin Johnson, Tiger Woods 2020 Masters

As the 2020 Masters champ, Dustin Johnson has the honor of choosing the dishes for the annual Champions Dinner at Augusta National, and he has released the menu early ahead of next week.

Despite his love of the sandwiches at Augusta National, DJ has chosen a tasty looking selection of dishes with Filet Mignon and Miso-Marinated Seabass as the main course.

Check out DJ’s dinner menu below.

 

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Check out Tiger’s dinner menu for 2020 here, and you can find all of the menus from 2010 onwards here.

What do you think of DJ’s menu, WRXers?

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  1. Fuzz

    Apr 1, 2021 at 4:22 pm

    Fried chicken and collard greens.

  2. Tyler Durden

    Apr 1, 2021 at 2:31 pm

    Boring

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Young ‘Tigress’ honoring Woods with custom Jordan shoe at ANWA

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Amari Avery, a 17-year-old from Riverside, California, has been waiting two years to compete in the Augusta National Women’s Amateur and finally gets the chance to do so this week

Avery, who was nicknamed ‘Tigress’ by her father, won the California Women’s Amateur in 2019 and will play college golf at USC in the fall of 2022. She’s also a massive Tiger Woods fan and cites the 15-time major champion as the reason she got into golf.

To commemorate the occasion and to serve as inspiration, the 17-year-old will be wearing a pair of Jordan golf shoes with a custom Tiger tribute.

Inside the shoe is a picture of Tiger’s iconic fist pump from 2019, as well as a listing of the years in which he won his five Masters titles at Augusta National.

In a New York Times article by Brendan Porath from earlier this week, Avery said about her appearance at Augusta Nationa:

“It’s definitely going to be slightly overwhelming. But I think that me just being there could be inspiring for girls like me. I’m going to be out there to play for myself and just show people that people like me can be out there, we can be at that high level and play.”

Here’s a video of all the similarities Avery has in common with Tiger, including the same birthday and being born in the same county:

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Pat Perez’ latest custom Jordan shoes are ROASTED by GolfWRXers

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Pat Perez is known for his impressive Jordan shoe collection, and subsequently, is often the envy of many for his shoe game.

However, this week appears not to be one of them, as his custom Jordans at this week’s Valero Texas Open have been roasted on social media by GolfWRXers.

 

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Here’s a look at some of the ruthless comments from our Instagram account:

  • @matched_up_golf: “How Jordan approved that design is beyond me.”
  • @_humby_: “But not a custom tailor…”
  • @anthonydiangelus: “I’m a fan of Jordan shoes, but these are awful.”
  • @Imclarkson37: “The Jordan Superdad 1.0.”

Let us know what you think of Perez’ custom Jordans in the comments!

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Report: LPGA rookie fined $10k for slow play

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LPGA rookie Yealimi Noh was handed a $10k fine by the LPGA for slow play at last week’s Kia Classic, according to a report from Golfweek.

Per the report, the 19-year-old said a rules official showed up mid-way through the front nine and stayed with her group for nine holes and hit Noh with bad times on holes 10 and 12.

“I can’t appeal because it’s obviously my fault..As much as I think about it’s a good learning experience, obviously now I’m never going to do that again hopefully, which is good. It’s hard to get over; that’s a lot of money.” – Noh told GolfWeek.

Noh finished the event T61 and earned $4,247, which resulted in her making a loss for the week once the slow-play fine is calculated.

The rookie received a pace-of-play fine in 2020, which meant that her two bad-times fines at the Kia Classic were doubled for 2021. If Koh doesn’t face a penalty resulting in a fine in 2022, then the cost will revert back to the original price of $2,500. (The LPGA considers 2020 rookies to be rookies in 2021 as well, because of the limited number of events contested during the COVID-19 pandemic).

In addition to Noh’s slow-play fine, per the report, Robynn Ree became the first player on the tour to be hit with a two-stroke penalty last week for being out of position on the course.

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