Graham DeLaet is headed to The Masters
He even tweeted the invitation as proof.
If you're in the habit of tweeting pictures of your mail, you're probably going to lose a lot of followers. That is, of course, unless you are Graham DeLaet and you are tweeting an invitation to your first career Masters.
Without question the best piece of mail anyone could ever receive! pic.twitter.com/o6NdvL7Jth— Graham DeLaet (@GrahamDeLaet) December 31, 2013
It has been something of a long road for DeLaet, who finished his first healthy season on tour in 2013 ranked 32nd in the world. He appeared in his first two career majors as well, finishing 83rd at the British Open and missing the cut at the PGA Championship.
DeLaet, 31, will become the first ever Saskatchewan-born golfer to appear at the tournament.
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