Tiger Woods marked what was supposed to be the start of Masters Week on Tuesday by going all out with a different kind of Champions Dinner.
Woods got the family around the table at the house and had everyone wear green. Dad wore a jacket.
One of the Masters’ best-known traditions is the Tuesday dinner at Augusta National organized by the previous year’s champion. Woods is a pro at it after having won the tournament five times, most recently in 2019.
He’ll have to wait seven months to hold the real thing. The coronavirus outbreak has forced the 2020 Masters to be rescheduled to mid-November, when it would complete the U.S. portion of the Grand Slam rather than start it. This year’s British Open has been canceled, leaving just three majors this year.
If Augusta is indeed taking place in the fall, may we make the obvious suggestion of what the champ should serve his fellow competitors: a nice Thanksgiving-themed spread. (There’s a birdie joke stuffed somewhere in there.)
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