The Champions Dinner menu has always been one extra element of power for the previous year’s Masters winner and in 2020, Tiger Woods is looking to shake things up.

The tradition was first introduced in 1952 but only recently players started personalising the menu.

Over the years, the Dinner has seen its fair share of interesting choices.

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In 1989, Scottish winner Sandy Lyle wore a kilt and put minced sheep organs onto the menu, a Scottish specialty.

Tiger Woods, on the hand, kept things simple after he won, serving up a menu that harked back to our childhood – a combination of cheeseburgers, fries and milkshakes.

Woods won more than the Masters last year - he won the power to select this year’s Champions Dinner menu. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

30 years later and Woods won again and it seems like the milkshakes may be on the cards again for the 44-year old.

“I’m debating whether or not to have milkshakes as desserts,” Woods told Golfweek.

“That was one of the most great memories to see Gene Sarazen and Sam Snead having milkshakes that night in ‘98.”

As for what the milkshakes will be accompanying, it looks like the cheeseburger-fries combo is off the menu this time around.

Steak, chicken fajitas, sushi and sashimi are the likely options according to Woods.