The Champions Dinner has been an annual tradition at The Masters since 1952, when Ben Hogan suggested and hosted the first dinner.
Winners of The Masters are members of an exclusive club, so they get together each year on the Tuesday night of tournament week to welcome the previous year's winner to the club. That club is officially known as the Masters Club, but unofficially the gathering is called the Champions Dinner. The previous year's winner gets to select the menu - and he also has to pay for producing that menu.
Jordon Speith won last years Masters and he made a great selection with Caymus Special Selection and Cakebread Chardonnay to go along with his Texas BBQ theme.