The Masters is still 43 days away and already the prognostication has started. Golf fans everywhere are waiting with whetted appetites. You might even say they can taste it. Tiger finally getting back on track to break Jack’s record? Phil wining his fourth Green Jacket? Nope, what Adam Scott will serve at the Champions Dinner. Back out on tour at the Honda Classic after a six-week break, Scott wasn’t ready to divulge what he’ll serve his fellow Masters champions at the annual gathering on April 8. The smart money is on Moreton Bay bugs, the Australian version of lobster. Scott did say, however, what he’s planning to serve for dessert—his mother’s recipe for a Down Under desert called pavlova, a meringue-based confection with a crisp crust and soft, light inside created in honor of Russian ballet dancer Anna Pavlova when she visited Australia and New Zealand in the 1920s. Surely he’ll also throw a few shrimps on the barbie, won’t he?