While every golf fan may dream of walking the pristine grounds at Augusta National to drink in the unparalelled experience, you don't need one of the highly-coveted tickets to get a taste of Tthe Masters this year.
Pimento cheese, egg salad and pork barbecue can be shipped right to your front door after the debut delivery menu from Augusta National saw such success last November amid the pandemic.
The Taste of the Masters food kit, created in partnership with online sports gear shop Fanatics, costs $150 and includes the iconic sandwiches, chips, cookies, pecan caramel popcorn, and 25 of the plastic cups with printed Masters logo, plus checkerboard serving paper.
Each kit is shipped in temperature-controlled packaging to maintain taste and quality, but bread must be bought separately.
"From all of us at the Augusta National Golf Club, we hope you enjoy every bite and that this Taste of the Masters makes you feel like you’re at Amen Corner watching your favorite players compete for a Green Jacket," the golf club wrote on the ordering website.
Due to high demand the kits are now limited to ticketed guests, according to representative for Augusta National.
The PGA Tour tournament begins play on April 8.