There are few things in sports more coveted than an invite to the Masters. The first major championship of the season is still technically an "invitational" meaning that no matter what you do to get in, you still have to get that piece of paper in the mail that invites you to take part in the most famous golf tournament of the year.
Graham DeLaet, coming off a career 2013 season that saw him card seven top-10 finishes and 12 top-25s, will be at the Masters this year for the first time and was so giddy when he got the invite in the mail that he tweeted out a picture of what it must look like to be 100 percent happy.
Without question the best piece of mail anyone could ever receive! pic.twitter.com/o6NdvL7Jth
— Graham DeLaet (@GrahamDeLaet) December 31, 2013
DeLaet will be looking to be the second Canadian to ever leave with a green jacket, hoping to follow the footsteps of Mike Weir who won at Augusta National back in 2003.
Also, could you imagine the feeling of opening that envelope for the first time? It's pretty much a physically example of you achieving you dreams in golf, and I think a frame would be in order if that ever showed up at my doorstep.