Pride at stake for Cabrera

Holder Angel Cabrera plumped for an Argentine favourite in the champions dinner menu.

Angel Cabrera, the first South American to win The Masters, admits he spent “very little time” choosing the menu for Tuesday night’s champions dinner.
“It was obvious what I was going to pick,” said the 40-year-old, who went for grilled ribeye steak from his native Argentina as his main course.
There was also a chorizo sausage starter and meat-filled empanadas as an option. The dessert was a universal dish, though – caramel crepes with ice cream.
“I just want them to enjoy, to have a great time and to really enjoy some great Argentinian meat,” added Cabrera, who beat Americans Chad Campbell and Kenny Perry in a play-off 12 months ago.
Now he is trying to join Jack Nicklaus, Nick Faldo and Tiger Woods as the only players to make a successful defence.
“I haven’t had the greatest results lately, but I do feel the chance is out there.”