The two questions Jon Rahm gets asked the most are what was he thinking when his tee ball hit the branch on No. 18 at the Masters and what is he going to serve for his Champions Dinner after he eventually won?
The two-time major champion was a guest on the Pardon My Take podcast and said he hasn’t given the menu as much thought as some may think.
“The first few weeks it’s all I thought about for some reason,” said Rahm ahead of this week’s BMW Championship at Olympia Fields in Illinois. “After that, I haven’t. I know the dessert.”
Rahm said the menu will include Milhojas, which is a layered pastry dish. He also said the cocktail reception will include a Spanish ham, Jamón ibérico.
“Everything in between I have no idea,” he said, while also noting he has an idea for the wine, but he’s not sure if it needs to be part of the wine cellar at Augusta National.
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The 28-year-old Spaniard won the Masters in April by four shots over Brooks Koepka and Phil Mickelson for his second major championship after previously winning the 2021 U.S. Open. Rahm currently sits atop the points standings as he enters this week’s second of three FedEx Cup Playoff events, where he’s paired with world No. 1 Scottie Scheffler for the opening two rounds outside Chicago.