Irish golf fans are flipping out about one man attending the US Masters
The Kingdom has officially expanded to the state of Georgia.
You might think that Rory McIlroy would be the only person on any Irish golf fans' minds at the moment as he chases a career Grand Slam.
However, it would seem that his battle against Patrick Reed during the 4th round of the US Masters secondary to at least one other part of Ireland, and finally, we know what that thing is after a few eagle-eyed Twitter users spotted a certain familiar set of colours hanging around the course in Augusta, Georgia.
Did you see it?
Yes, that's right. The first Kerry jersey of the year has made an appearance on televisions the world over, and judging by the reaction online, it doesn't matter if McIlroy doesn't emerge victorious.
We as a nation have already won.
Let me add to this collection of tweets. Up Kerry. Always one. #TheMasters pic.twitter.com/9PHSEufaO2
— Sinéad O'Carroll (@SineadOCarroll) April 8, 2018
Spotting the fella in the #Kerry GAA Jersey at any major is event should really be a thing#masters2018 #themasters2018 #masters #themasters pic.twitter.com/RIJklhfPb0
— Regina Looby (@reglooby) April 8, 2018
EVERY YEAR! 😂😂 #Kerry #themasters pic.twitter.com/eN81xGrAq4
— Simon Murdoch 📻📱🎧 (@Simon_Murdoch) April 8, 2018
Co. Kerry well represented at Augusta 😂 #TheMasters #Augusta pic.twitter.com/wcOSi42N9M
— Keith (@Geoghegan11) April 8, 2018
Of course there is a lad with a Kerry jersey at #themasters #representing pic.twitter.com/yAvII80mRo
— Brein McGinn (@BreinMcG) April 8, 2018
Word has it that the Kerry Jersey will be presented to winner instead of the green jacket #masters @ballsdotie pic.twitter.com/c6l7VjsRG5
— Cian_evans14 (@cian_evans14) April 8, 2018