AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) -- Adam Scott is relishing every part of being Masters champion.
The drive up Magnolia Lane. A couple of practice rounds with his dad. Wearing the green jacket. And, certainly, the Champions Dinner on Tuesday night.
But before anyone gets worked up about having to eat "bugs," that's just Aussie-speak for a type of lobster.
Yep, Scott will be serving "surf and turf" off the barbie, so he figures everyone will be happy with his menu.
This week, Scott is back at the scene of his greatest triumph, a playoff victory in last year's Masters. He kept up his strong play after that breakthrough win, giving him a shot to go to No. 1 for the first time if he finishes no worse than a two-way tie for third at Augusta.