Top 10 Masters food and drink pairings

Sandy Lyle (1989 – after 1988 victory)

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Proud Scot Sandy Lyle commemorated his 1988 victory over Mark Calcavecchia with haggis, neeps and tatties, of course. He famously wore his kilt to the dinner and was amused by the reaction to the dish, telling the Augusta Chronicle: “The older guys, like [Jack] Nicklaus, had been to Scotland and knew what haggis was. But the newer ones, guys like Larry Mize, they weren’t too sure about that.”

We are unable to find a reference to the wine pairing, but a dram or two of Scotch was almost certainly on offer.

 

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