Tiger Woods acknowledged Tuesday on social media that he would have been hosting the Champions Dinner at Augusta National had the Masters not been postponed.

“Masters Champions Dinner quarantine style. Nothing better than being with family,” Woods captioned a photo of himself wearing the green jacket with the Masters trophy — a clubhouse replica — on the table. With him at his South Florida home are his girlfriend, Erica Herman (Her Pics Above, his daughter, Sam, and his son, Charlie.

The Champions Dinner is a tradition that began at Augusta National in 1952 at the suggestion of Ben Hogan. Only past Masters champions and the club chairman, currently Fred Ridley, attend the gathering.

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The dinner is hosted by the defending champion, who picks the menu for the evening (though the attendees are allowed to order whatever they want off the club’s menu). Woods had selected the same menu for this year’s version of the dinner as that of 2006, the last time he won the Masters: steak and fajitas, along with sushi and sashimi. He also said he was considering milkshakes, which were part of the menu in 1998, after his first of five victories.

Although there was no official word on the menu at Woods’ home, his picture appeared to show sushi, steaks and fajitas on the table.

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