AUGUSTA, Ga., April 9 (UPI) -- Professional PGA golfer Kevin Streelman gave a lucky teenager two tickets to the Master's on Twitter.
Streelman was planning to have his parents watch him in his 3rd Master's tournament but they were feeling ill Wednesday so he thought he's make the best out of an unfortunate situation. Taking to Twitter, he offered the tickets to aspiring golfers.
Bad News- mom and dad aren't feeling well, can't make tournament today
Good News- 2 open wed tix for Masters— Kevin Streelman (@Streels54) April 9, 2014
I need a junior golfer who has never been to Augusta, who can get here ASAP w either mom and dad to get back to me!!!!!— Kevin Streelman (@Streels54) April 9, 2014
The lucky winner was 17-year-old Harrison Stafford from Savannah, Georgia, who will be attending the College of Coastal Georgia next year on a golf scholarship. Streelman announced him as the winner and sent his congratulations on Twitter.
Here's the winner!!! Enjoy brother— Kevin Streelman (@Streels54) April 9, 2014