The Mystery Of Scottie Scheffler’s ‘Scottie Style’ Burgers Has Been Solved

Scottie Scheffler receiving his green jacket at The Masters

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The Masters is one of the most storied events in golf, and there are plenty of perks that come with winning the legendary tournament.

That obviously includes the massive check that accompanies the green jacket presented to the victor, but the golfers who come out on top at Augusta National also receive an honorary membership to the exclusive club, a locker in the dressing room reserved for people who’ve won, and a lifetime exemption to compete in the major.

You’ll also get the chance to don the green jacket for the Champions Dinner that’s held before the event each year, which gives you the chance to order some bottles from Augusta National’s exhaustive wine cellar while feasting on the menu that’s traditionally curated by the person who won the previous year.

In 2022, Hideki Matsuyama treated his fellow champs to a lavish Japanese spread, and this year, Scottie Scheffler drew some inspiration from his home state of Texas while compiling a crowd-pleasing menu best described as “Elevated Applebee’s.”

There was one major question on everyone’s mind when that menu surfaced last month thanks to the “Scottie Style” cheeseburger sliders Scheffler opted to serve alongside firecracker shrimp as an appetizer.

It was initially unclear exactly what “Scottie Style” entailed, but that mystery was finally solved when The Masters shared a behind-the-scenes look at what unfolded in the kitchen when the Champions Dinner was held on Tuesday night.

Scheffler may have been paying tribute to the Lone Star State with his dinner menu, but it appears “Scottie Style” has its roots in Pittsburgh when you consider the sliders were taken to the next level by the french fries that were placed on top of the burgers before they were served.

That, my friends, is the mark of a man who knows what he’s doing.

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Connor Toole is the Deputy Editor at BroBible. He is a New England native who went to Boston College and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Frequently described as "freakishly tall," he once used his 6'10" frame to sneak in the NBA Draft and convince people he was a member of the Utah Jazz.