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What Patrick Reed Is Serving At His Masters Champion Dinner

Patrick Reed taking his hat off at the Masters.

AUGUSTA, GA - APRIL 08: Patrick Reed of the United States celebrates after making par on the 18th green during the final round to win the 2018 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 8, 2018 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

While the biggest event of this week will be the 2019 Masters, the Champions Dinner leading up to the major championship is pretty great in its own right. This year will be the first time that Patrick Reed is part of the winner's circle.

Every year, the winners from The Masters join together on the Tuesday leading up to the major to induct the previous year's winner. It's a sweet gesture that might go unnoticed from some parts of the sports world.

Another aspect to this Champions Dinner is that the previous winner creates the menu for everyone else. If any of the past champions are picky with their food, they could order from Augusta National's traditional menu.

This means that Reed is in charge of the menu tonight, and he's putting together an interesting combination of food.

Reed will have rib-eye, mac and cheese, salad, creamed corn and much more at the dinner.

It'll be a tough menu to beat at the next Champions Dinner.

It'll be business as usual for Reed once the dinner is finished. He'll try to become the fourth player in the history of golf to win back-to-back Masters.

The Masters begins on Thursday and will conclude this Sunday.