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2024 Masters Tournament food and beverage menu, prices revealed

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(Adam Cairns-USA TODAY Network)

Those fortunate enough to be attending the 2024 Masters Tournament have it good — real good.

Not only do they get to walk the hollowed grounds of Augusta National Golf Club and see the best golfers in the world both on the PGA and LIV Tour come together for one of four events in the calendar year, but they don’t have to break the bank for concessions. Yes, because when you get a once in a lifetime opportunity to attend the Masters, it’s all about the concessions, right?

Perhaps not, but the Masters is a unique sporting event in that it will only cost you $66 to buy one of every item on the menu.

Looking for the world-famous Pimento Cheese Sandwich? That’ll cost you $1.50. How about the Georgia Peach Ice Cream Sandwich? $2.50. For those interesting in indulging in an adult beverage, a domestic/import beer or the Crow’s Nest Craft beer will cost you just $5. Wine drinkers will have to up it just $1 more.

Some are saying you’re not doing it right unless you ask for the menu at the Masters, and that just might be the play.

2024 Masters Odds: Betting lines released for entire field to win green jacket at Augusta

The Masters at Augusta National. The first major of the golf season.

Soak it in, indeed, as we’ve officially made it. In less than 24 hours, the field will begin their quest to win a green jacket and be crowned the 2024 Masters champion. Jon Rahm, who signed with LIV Golf this past December, returns to Augusta National as the defending champion. The No. 3 player in the Official World Golf Ranking (OWGR), Rahm has the third best odds to win at +1400.

Rahm trails only Rory McIlroy, looking for his first-career Masters win, at +1200 and the No. 1 player in the world, 2022 Masters champion Scottie Scheffler. Scheffler is +430 to win, per the latest odds at FanDuel Sportsbook. Scheffler has already won twice this season, with victories at The Players Championship and the Arnold Palmer Invitational. 

Other top contenders include:

Xander Schauffele: +1800

Brooks Koepka: +1900

Jordan Spieth: +2100

Hideki Matsuyama: +2200