Georgia realtor receives invitation to play the Masters by mistake
Scott Stallings arrives at his condo on St. Simons Island, Georgia, to find a package containing the most prestigious letter in golf.
He was invited to play in the Masters tournament in April. The only problem was that Scott Stallings is a realtor in Atlanta, not the 54th-ranked golfer in the world who is also a three-time PGA Tour winner.
“I’m (emoji 100) sure it’s not for me,” Realtor Stallings wrote in a direct message To pro-golfer Stallings. “I play but wow! Nowhere near your level.”
Pro-golfer Stallings – who is in Hawaii – tweeted He was “checking the mailbox five times a day” for an invitation to return to the Masters for the first time since 2014. Instead he received a direct message on Instagram from the realtor saying he had received the invite by mistake. CNN has reached out to Augusta National for comment on the accident.
Realtor Stallings told CNN at first the pro-golfer thought it was a joke, but he was convinced. After seeing the invitation photo Which the realtor has also posted on Instagram.
“Believe me! I was thinking about showing up with my clubs and invitations,” the realtor said in an Instagram post, adding that his wife convinced him to reach out to more Stallings.
Interestingly, both Stallings have a wife named Jennifer.
When the situation was improved The realtor invited a local shipping store and mailed it to its rightful recipient.