Crocodile and kangaroo didn't make the cut at this year's Champions Dinner, but defending Masters champ Adam Scott's menu still had an undeniably Australian feel.
The 33-year-old Aussie peppered his menu with native specialities, including two wines from Down Under and Moreton Bay bugs, a type of lobster from northeastern Australia.
Adam Scott’s Masters Champions Dinner included this, a Moreton Bay Bug, a type of Australian lobster pic.twitter.com/7CNLw0f2Le
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Previous Masters winners have gone all out with their selections -- Scotland's Sandy Lyle included haggis on his menu in 1989 while Canada's Mike Weir selected elk and wild boar in 2004. After winning his first Masters in 1997, Tiger Woods served cheeseburgers, french fries and milkshakes. Last year Bubba Watson called for Caesar salad, grilled chicken breast and confetti cake.
For dessert, Scott had the chefs whip up a pavlova, which is a a meringue-based dish from his mother's recipe. Here's the full menu:
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While this looks like quite the feast, there was one dish that Scott wishes he could have added.
"I would love to have served some meat pies at the cocktail hour, but it couldn't be arranged," Scott said. "Next time, if I get another chance to do it, I'd love to serve some."