Adam Scott says no kangaroo for Masters Champions Dinner
Australian barbecue and a fine wine will be served at the Champions Dinner on Tuesday night at Augusta.
Adam Scott is boring.
That's my story and I'm rolling with it.
In lieu of the threatened kangaroo menu Scott put forth a few months ago, Australian barbecue will be served instead.
"I didn't pick anything exotic," said Scott. "It's a lot of surf and turf."
"I think the guys are going to be happy with what I serve up tonight, particularly the wine."
I would have been happier with a little fried 'roo. But wait, there is something a tad exotic:
Adam Scott made it perfectly clear he's serving "legitimate bugs" tonight at the champions dinner. Moreton Bay Bugs flown from Oz. #yummy— Jay Coffin (@JayCoffinGC) April 8, 2014
A quick Google search unveils that it's just a form of lobster, though. Boring.
The defending champ has clearly been enjoying his return trip to the grounds. He's sharing a locker with Gary Player in the Champions locker room and said he's kind of out of space.
"He gets a lot of a mail, so there's not a lot of room for my stuff in there," Scott said, laughing. "That's OK."
I bet it is.
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