Some of the world's top golfers are set to tuck into a slap-up Yorkshire lunch doused in Henderson's Relish courtesy of Sheffield golf star Danny Willett.
Reigning US Masters champion Danny has lived up to his promise of a menu of classic God's Own County fayre for the Champions' Dinner event ahead of this year's tournament.
The world's top golfers will tuck into a feast of traditional grub at the ceremonial dinner in Augusta tonight - and Sheffield staple Henderson's Relish will be on the menu.
To start, there is cottage pie with Henderson's Relish followed by roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, with apple crumble for dessert.
The dinner menu has long been a source of intrigue for golf fans as some champions choose dishes from their homeland - resulting in some interesting selections for the meal.
Speaking earlier this week, Willett’s brother Pete suggested that the Masters champion could opt for a menu that was as 'vomit-inducing' as possible.
Pete Willett wrote a light-hearted piece in the National Club Golfer where he implied Danny might combine Scandinavian-inspired dishes from their Swedish mother along with a Sheffield twist to represent their hometown.
Past champions have all chosen menus for former champions to eat with the majority opting for food from their homeland for the guests to eat.
When Tiger Woods first won the Green Jacket in 1997 he became the youngest winner of the tournament at the age of just 21 served up what was essentially a kids meal of Cheeseburgers, fries, milkshakes in 1998. But his taste buds evolved and he served steak in 2002 and sushi in 2003 and then in 2006 he served up Chicken and beef fajitas.
In 2001 champion Vijay Singh served up a Thai-themed feast of Chicken Panang curry, while in 2009 Trevor Immelman opted for South African bobotie – a South African dish is a minced meat pie with egg topping.
Going back to 1986, German Bernhard Langer had Wiener schnitzel for his main course while Scot Sandy Lyle opted for Haggis in 1989.
The first time Phil Mickelson hosted the Champions dinner in 2005 he went with the Italian themed Lobster ravioli, but in 2011 he opted for Spanish seafood paella.
As well choosing the menu for the dinner, Willett's wife Nicole, who gave birth to son Zachariah just before last year's Masters, has put together a goodie bag of Yorkshire produce — including tea bags, biscuits and Henderson's Relish — for all the past champions.