Tiger Woods hosts own version of traditional Masters Champions dinner ‘quarantine style’ at home with family after major was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic… and he even wears his green jacket!
- Tiger Woods hosted his own version of the traditional Champions Dinner
- Sporting his green jacket, 2019 Masters champion Woods took to social media
- The 2020 Masters tournament was postponed last month due to the coronavirus
Tiger Woods wasn’t going to let the postponement of The Masters prevent him from hosting his own version of the traditional Champions Dinner.
Sporting his green jacket, Woods took to social media on Tuesday to let the world know of his dinner plans at his South Florida home amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The 2019 champion posted a photo on Twitter of him sitting alongside his girlfriend Erica Herman and daughter Sam and son Charlie with The Masters trophy on the table.
Tiger Woods hosted own version of traditional Masters Champions dinner at home with family – he posted photo alongside his girlfriend Erica Herman and daughter Sam and son Charlie
The caption read: ‘Masters Champions Dinner quarantine style. Nothing better than being with family.’
The Masters Champions Dinner is part of Augusta folklore and sums up the tradition and history that sets the golf major apart from any other.
Every year on the Tuesday night before the eagerly-anticipated Masters, golf’s elite come together to celebrate the first major of the season over a spot of food and drink.
The defending champion selects the menu and serves as host for the secretive dinner.
The 2020 Masters tournament, originally due to take place this week, was postponed last month due to Covid-19. The major will be held from 12-15 November at Augusta.
Woods celebrates after winning his fifth Masters title at Augusta National last year