An novice golfer from Georgia lived each weekend hacker’s dream when an invite to the Masters lately confirmed up in his mailbox.
The invitation was truly meant for PGA Tour professional Scott Stallings, who made the Masters area by qualifying for the season-ending Tour Championship in 2022.
In a tweet on Tuesday, the actual Scott Stallings stated he had been checking his mailbox 5 instances a day for the invitation, which by no means arrived. The opposite man reached out to Stallings on Instagram to let him know that he had it, after Augusta Nationwide Golf Membership had mistakenly despatched it to his condominium.
“Hello Scott,” the person wrote. “My title is Scott Stallings as properly and I am from [Georgia]. My spouse’s title is Jennifer too! … I obtained a FedEx in the present day from the Masters inviting me to play within the Masters Match April 6-9, 2023. I am [100%] certain that is NOT for me. I play however wow! [Nowhere] close to your degree.”
Actually had been checking the mailbox 5 instances a day after which I received this random DM yesterday pic.twitter.com/yMvUYm3ioK
— Scott Stallings (@stallingsgolf) January 2, 2023
The person provided to ahead the invitation to Stallings.
“It is a very good package deal full with every part wanted to attend,” the person wrote. “I believe now we have some confusion due to our names, our spouse’s names and geographical location.”
Stallings, 37, has gained thrice on the PGA Tour, most lately on the 2014 Farmers Insurance coverage Open at Torrey Pines. Ranked 54th on the planet, Stallings final performed within the Masters in 2014, when he missed the minimize. He tied for twenty seventh on the Augusta Nationwide in his solely different look in 2012.