Bode Miller tries to bring quesadilla into Masters and is denied

By Kyle Porter | Golf Writer

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"If you pay $7,500, you ought to be able to bring out a quesadilla."

Who said this? And why?

US skier Bode Miller is at the Masters with his wife Morgan Beck and, according to the Augusta Chronicle, they tried to sneak a quesadilla onto the grounds at Augusta National from Berckmans Place.

Bode Miller is at the Masters, doesn't understand the rules. (Getty Images)
Bode Miller is at the Masters, doesn't understand the rules. (Getty Images)

I have no idea why you would eschew a pimiento cheese sandwich (or six) for a quesadilla but Miller was apparently not pleased at how little the folks at the National care about his money.

The two were eating at Berckmans Place which is a new-ish corporate tent that is supposed to be peerless. It sounds like it is.

Gotta figure those rules out, Bode, hope you left the cell phone and camera at home.

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