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2022 Masters Tournament

Got a hankering for Augusta National’s pimento cheese, egg salad or barbecue but can’t get to the course for Masters week?

The Masters Tournament has you covered.

After a hiatus in 2022, the Taste of the Masters Hosting Kit, containing some of the tournament’s famous concession food items, is back. The food package is available for online ordering ahead of the 2023 Masters, April 6-9 at Augusta National Golf Club.

“Elevate your Masters watch party this April with the Taste of the Masters hosting kit, delivering Augusta National Golf Club’s timeless concessions to your door. Order now and receive it for Masters week, so you can enjoy and serve your guests the authentic Tournament viewing experience,” a message on the Masters Tournament website said.

Here’s what to know and how to order the famous Masters concessions:

According to the Masters Tournament, the food package serves 12-14 and includes the following:

  • Egg Salad (24oz)
  • Pimento Cheese (24oz)
  • Pork Bar-B-Que (24oz)
  • Plain Potato Chips (6)
  • Bar-B-Que Potato Chips (6)
  • Cookies (12)
  • Masters Branded Souvenir Cups (sleeve of 25)
  • Masters Branded Wax Paper (sleeve of 12 sheets)
  • Masters Coasters (pack of 12)
  • Hosting Kit Materials

Bread and buns are not included in the package.

Fans can have the food package shipped to their doors for $175, which includes shipping.

A patron grabs carries from a concession stand during a practice round ahead of the 2022 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo: Adam Cairns/The Augusta Chronicle)

Orders can be placed now on the Masters Tournament website. Shipping is available in the U.S. only, excluding Alaska and Hawaii. A deadline to order was not available on the website.

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A patron with concessions during the finals of the Drive, Chip & Putt competition at Augusta National GC. Mandatory Credit: Michael Madrid-USA TODAY Sports

All orders for 2023 will be delivered no later than Friday, April 7, according to the tournament’s website.

A view of the concession stand menu during the first round of the 2016 Masters at Augusta National Golf Club. (Photo: Rob Schumacher-USA TODAY Sports)

“We believe that one of the reasons the Masters is popular with patrons of the game is because they can obtain good food and drink at reasonable prices,” Augusta National and Masters Tournament co-founder Clifford…


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