Guys, take it easy on the kid. He played in and won a tournament that qualifies the winner to play in the Masters. It doesn't guarantee the winner making the cut or anything else. I think any one of us would give our right arm to have an opportunity to play at Augusta National, much less get an invitation to play in the Masters. Remember, several winning amateurs get to play in the Masters. It gives them a terrific opportunity to mix with the pros, get a taste of life at the top, and access to a fantastic venue. Congratulations to this youngster for accomplishing that. Let's wait and see how he does.