Dustin Johnson's luxury Masters Dinner revealed including lobster fritters, filet mignon and miso-marinated sea bass
DUSTIN JOHNSON served up a lavish four-course meal in his Masters Champions Dinner ahead of the first round at Augusta on Thursday.
The 36-year-old – who won the famous green jacket at the delayed tournament in November – ditched sandwiches for a feast on Tuesday night.
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Tiger Woods joked after his American compatriot's Masters victory that he was already looking forward to eating sandwiches.
Woods – who served up a California-inspired meal last year including sushi for starters and steak for main – quipped: "Looks like we’re having sandwiches for next year’s champions dinner!
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But the 45-year-old was a notable absentee from the Champions Dinner as he continues to recover from his car accident.
He missed out on a starter consisting of pigs in blankets and lobster and corn fritters, served with spicy aioli.
Next up for guests was a house or caesar salad for the first course, followed by filet mignon steak and miso-marinated sea bass.
Accompanying the main dish was mashed potatoes and spring vegetables, with the food served with white wine.
The meal was topped off with peach cobbler and apple pie to go along with vanilla ice cream.
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Johnson shared the menu on Instagram, where he stated: "Almost as good as the sandwiches!"
Woods then took to social media to express his disappointment at missing the night, as he tweeted: "I’ll miss running up @DJohnsonPGA’s bill at the Champions Dinner tonight.
"It’s still one of my favourite nights of the year."
To which Johnson replied by saying: "Will miss having you here. This week isn’t the same without you."
World number one Johnson has revealed he is going into the Masters without any pressure after finishing 20 under par last year.
He said: "I've won The Masters so there's no pressure on trying to win the golf tournament.
"But still, I'm defending champ so I want to go out and put myself in a position where I've got a chance to defend my title come the back nine on Sunday."
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