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Masters Invitation Gets Sent to the Wrong Scott Stallings. The Other Scott Sending the Invitation to the Golfer.



Scott Stallings of Georgia received an invitation to the Masters, then kindly forwarded it to the “real” Scott Stallings, who qualified by finishing in the top 30 of the Tour Championship, part of the PGA Tour. Photos shared Monday by the amateur golfer show the dark green invitation and the Instagram message he sent his professional counterpart. “Hi Scott. My name is Scott Stallings as well and Im from GA. My wifes name is Jennifer too! I received a FedEx today from the Masters inviting me to play in the Masters Tournament April 6-9, 2023. Im (100 percent) sure this is NOT for me,” he wrote. “I play but wow! No where near your level.” Videos show Stallings at a UPS store mailing the invitation to its intended recipient. In a Tuesday tweet, the professional Scott Stallings, 37, said he had been checking his mail “five times a day” for the invitation. This will be the third Masters for the three-time PGA Tour winner, who is currently ranked 54th in the world. Per reports, the amateur Stallings will be attending as the players guest.