Patrick Reed shares his 2019 Masters Champions Dinner menu
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Patrick Reed shares his 2019 Masters Champions Dinner menu


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Patrick Reed has picked out what he'll serve as the reigning Masters champion when one of the world's most exclusive clubs gets together on the Tuesday night of 2019 Masters week.

For his Champions Dinner turn as host, Reed has already picked out his menu. Among the menu items, Reed is leading with a bone-in ribeye, surrounding the meal with comfort staples like mac and cheese, creamed corn and creamed spinach.



“Hopefully I can please the 30-something guys that are in the room. I mean, putting a piece of meat in front of them I think would do that, right?” he said Wednesday ahead of the Sentry Tournament of Champions in Hawaii.

While Reed is favoring food a little on the heavier -- and more caloric -- side of the spectrum, Reed isn't forgetting Masters champion who might want some lighter fare. He's including grilled chicken and seafood, as well some other alternative choices to keep everyone happy.

“It's not just for me, it's for all the past champions and everybody," Reed said, "and I want everyone to have a great time."

It will be interesting to see how Reed is received as a member of the Masters champions club, particularly given a reputation he has as being brash in his public comments but more reserved socially.

However, it's kind of hard to screw up a night like the Champions Dinner, during which all living and able-bodied Masters champions gather at Augusta National Golf Club for a meal, conversation, laughs and sharing stories. Led by the likes of Ben Crenshaw, champions across seven decades gather together.


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