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The Most Loved Menus for the Masters Champions Dinner over the Last Five Years 

A new study by WSN has revealed the publics most loved menu for the Masters Champion dinner over the last five years. 

This week, defending champion Scottie Scheffler revealed his menu for this year’s Masters Champions dinner, in which he had the honor of choosing the courses. However, it can be a lot of pressure to choose a set menu for anyone, let alone these sporting champions. 

Therefore, by looking at the social sentiment towards each champion’s dinner menus over the last five years, WSN was able to conclude which menus were the most loved according to the public. 

Scottie Schefflers menu crowned the MOST loved by the public over the last five years, beating the likes of Tiger Woods.


mage Credit

RankYearDefending ChampionLove Reaction: Social Sentiment 
12023Scottie Scheffler85%
22020Tiger Woods83%
2018Sergio Garcia83%
32022Hideki Matsuyama82%
42019Patrick Reed39%
52021Dustin Johnson

The results are in! The study revealed that Scottie Scheffler’s menu is the MOST loved dinner menu by the public! In total, 85% of reactions towards his menu were of love, more than any other menu over the years. Scheffler’s menu comprises mini cheeseburger sliders, firecracker shrimp, tortilla soup, ribeye steak and warm cookies, milk, and ice cream – all the foods you’d expect to see winning in the battle for the most loved menu. 

Coming in second place is both Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia’s dinner menus. Woods take on his menu involved a variety of sushi for starters, a main course of steak and Mexican side dishes along with a trio of desserts. Meanwhile, Garcia’s lighter menu (but still as much loved) comprised an international salad, traditional Spanish lobster rice, and an Angela Garcia Tres Leches cake for dessert. 

A Caesar salad starter is a common denominator on the least-loved menus

he two least-loved dinner menus, by a large percentage, were both Patrick Reed’s in 2019 and Dustin Johnson’s in 2021. The one thing these two menus have in common is a caesar salad starter – was this potentially the error of their ways? 

Dustin’s main course was a prime filet mignon with spring vegetables, with peach cobbler and apple pie for dessert. Meanwhile, Reed’s main dish was a prime bone-in cowboy rib eye with sides, tiramisu, creme brulee, and cheesecake for dessert. How would you have ranked these menus?