Tiger Woods is taking family-style literally for this year’s Masters Champions dinner.
On Tuesday, Woods — who, as the defending champ, would have hosted the traditional meal Tuesday at Augusta National for past winners — posted a photo from his dinner table, which had been downsized to his inner circle amid the coronavirus outbreak.
“Masters Champions Dinner quarantine style. Nothing better than being with family,” Woods captioned the photo, featuring girlfriend Erica Herman, 12-year-old daughter Sam, and 11-year-old son Charlie, both of whom he shares with ex Elin Nordegren. The foursome was also joined by the family dogs.
For the dinner, 44-year-old Woods curated a menu consisting of sushi and sashimi, in addition to steak and fajitas, according to ESPN, which he also picked for his 2006 banquet after winning the tournament the year before.
Woods got his fairy-tale ending last April after sealing his first Masters win since 2005, his fifth overall. He celebrated on the course with Herman and his family.
The Masters was rescheduled for the week of Nov. 9 amid a hopeful golf schedule plotted out earlier this week.
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