Top 10 Masters food and drink pairings

Adam Scott (2014 – after 2013 victory)

After his first, and at the time of writing, only Masters victory, Adam Scott opted for some traditional Aussie delicacies. He flummoxed guests with his Moreton bay bugs, specially flown over from Australia for the occasion. Similar to a lobster, Scott was impressed with the quality, commenting: “They are legitimate bugs, the real deal. I’m not going to serve up anything second rate tonight. I’ve got to go all-out to impress these guys.”

His menu included artichoke and arugula salad with grilled calamari; Australian Wagyu beef, Moreton bay bugs, spinach, onion cream, mashed potatoes and a Sherry thyme reduction, followed by strawberry and passion fruit pavlova.

The wine also tipped its hat to the Australian theme with Penfolds Yattama Chardonnay 2009 and Penfolds Grange 2005.

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