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What's for dinner? Masters menu decided by previous year's winner

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Posted at 5:12 PM, Apr 05, 2017
and last updated 2017-04-05 20:19:27-04

It's quite an honor! Putting on that green jacket at the annual Masters golf tournament, which takes place once again this week, catapults you to instant fame in Augusta, Georgia -- and it gives you membership into a very exclusive club.

Included in that membership is the honor of selecting the menu for the following year's champions dinner.

Last year's champion, Englishman Danny Willett, chose a traditional British menu: cottage pie, pot roast, potatoes, yorkshire pudding and apple crumble. A year ago, Jordan Spieth selected Texas barbecue with baked beans.

In 2013, Bubba Watson went with Caesar salad, grilled chicken breast, mashed potatoes, cornbread, confetti cake and ice cream. Phil Mickelson's first win? Lobster ravioli and garlic bread.

Tiger Woods first went with cheeseburgers, chicken sandwiches, French fries and milkshakes. Here's a complete look at each year's menu.

So, the question is: If you won the Masters, what would you put on the menu?

I think I'd go with something that hasn't been served in the last 30 years: Pizza!

Or steak and lobster.

That's Fouhy on sports!