In three weeks, a select group of golfers who have won the Masters will gather for the annual Champions Dinner. And thanks to Jon Rahm, we already know what they’ll be eating.

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The reigning Masters champ revealed the menu that will be served in his honor at Augusta National’s clubhouse on April 9. Not surprisingly, the guys will be feasting on plenty of items that hail from Rahm’s home country of Spain.

Have a look for yourself:

Starting with tapas? That’s a loaded menu right there. We count three “Basque”-labeled items, which is a nod to Rahm being from the Basque region in northern Spain.

But we’re guessing the star of the show might wind up being the lentejas estofodas, which is described as “Mama Rahm’s Classic Lentil Stew.” Mmm. Sounds good.

Anyway, to all those players fortunate enough to have received a Masters invite, you better bring your A game if you’re going to beat Rahm or World No. 1 and 2023 winner Scottie Scheffler. But if you’re lucky enough to get an invite to that Tuesday night’s dinner, definitely bring your appetite.

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