Bob MacIntyre: Watch him leave the Masters with Yes Sir, I Can Boogie blasting out his car stereo

He had just secured a return ticket to the Masters so Bob MacIntyre was entitled to enjoy the moment.

Bob MacIntyre finished tied for 12th on his Masters debut. Picture: Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

And the 24-year-old from Oban made sure he left Augusta National in style.

MacIntyre drove out of the golf club in Georgia with a familiar anthem blasting out of his car stereo.

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Baccara’s Yes Sir, I Can Boogie was the Scottish golfer’s tune of choice and there was even a singalong as he drove through the famous gates.

MacIntyre posted the footage on his Twitter account after finishing tied for 12th place on his Masters debut. It was a superb performance and enough to secure a place in next year’s tournament.

Baccara’s 1977 disco hit was adopted by the national football team after they qualified for the Euros and is rapidly becoming an unofficial anthem to celebrate Scottish sporting success.

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MacIntyre also struck a musical note on his arrival at Augusta, driving up Magnolia Lane for the first time with a tune from The Gunna Sound Ceilidh Band blaring inside his courtesy car.

Baccara's Yes Sir, I Can Boogie was a massive hit in the 1970s.

“Teuchters have arrived” was how he described that scene in a video clip on social media.

The Scot impressed all week at Augusta with rounds of 74, 70, 70 and 72 for a two-under-par total of 286 and showed nerves of steel at the last hole on Sunday to roll in a 13-footer for a birdie.

His efforts earned MacIntyre $218,500 in prize money and saw him climb one spot to 44th in the world rankings. He needed the all-important top 12 finish to secure an invitation to the 2022 Masters and delivered.

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