As Dustin Johnson pointed out last week, Jon Rahm’s Masters Champions Dinner menu looks phenomenal, even if we didn’t understand what half of it was upon first reading through it. Thanks to the magic of Google, though, I now know that Rodaballo al Pil-Pil is a fish dish, and I’d absolutely give it a whirl if it were ever presented on my plate.

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Rahm’s menu looks so good, in fact, that I feel comfortable already placing it on the Mount Rushmore of Masters Champions Dinner menus. One of my The Loop podcast co-hosts, Steve Hennessey, didn’t entirely disagree. As for Alex Myers, well, he’s a bit pickier than us. 

On this week’s episode, we discuss who else should be on the Mount Rushmore of Masters Champions Dinner menus, and a few of our selections may surprise you. We also spoke to Matt Fitzpatrick, who is making his debut in this week’s Valero Texas Open on the PGA Tour. Please, have a listen to the full episode below, and like and subscribe to The Loop wherever you get your podcasts. 

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