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Will anything fill void left by Ike's Tree?

If you got out early enough Monday before the storms came and reached the 17th hole crosswalk, a gallery guard could point out a small pine cone in the middle of an already pristine swath of fairway.That small makeshift memorial is all...

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Ice storm claims pine, but it's rooted in tradition

...with Ike's Tree in the background."The biggest thing is patrons will come up looking for stuff," one veteran gallery guard said. "They'll ask where's Amen Corner? Where's Tiger? Where's Ike's Tree?"People might be right on...

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They supplied Masters memories

...work at Augusta National because his father-in-law was Ed Dudley," the club's first professional.Stulb was a gallery guard in 1934 for the first Augusta National Invitation Tournament and regularly attended the event, including 1935 when...

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Masters gallery guards cherish view, knowledge of course

...thing," he said.Ted Duzensk said he's made lifelong friends of patrons and colleagues during his 22 years as a gallery guard at the ninth hole crosswalk. He has escorted actor Bill Murray across the fairway and felt the sadness of the first...

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Stulb, architect who designed Eisenhower Cabin and Sarazen Bridge at Augusta National, dies at 96

...Lowrey Stulb's love affair with the Masters began in 1934 when he was a student at Richmond Academy and served as a gallery guard for the first Augusta National Invitation Tournament.On the Wednesday before the 1934 tournament, players competed...

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Stulb, architect who designed Eisenhower Cabin and Sarazen Bridge at Augusta National, dies at 96

...Lowrey Stulb's love affair with the Masters began in 1934 when he was a student at Richmond Academy and served as a gallery guard for the first Augusta National Invitation Tournament.On the Wednesday before the 1934 tournament, players competed...

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Augustans share fond memories of Masters' early days

...Charles Cason, a 1964 ARC graduate, was one of many cadets in the school's ROTC program who was asked to serve as a gallery guard. The guards held ropes to show patrons where and when to cross the fairways."After a pairing finished their tee shots...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2013-04-07/augustans-share-fond-memories
Gallery guards cherish relationships made at No. 1

...temperatures and shoveling snow when he began volunteering as a gallery guard 15 years ago. The relationships he makes in Augusta...Dwight Belew, of Mount Juliet, Tenn., said his gallery guard friends drop in on the jewelry store he owns when they...

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William Grimsley

...Masters Golf Tournament being the favorite. As a teenager and high school student, he had the privilege of serving as a gallery guard during the Masters Tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club. To bolster his golfing ability, he took several...

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Nothing beats a quiet course on Masters eve

...the middle of the 15th or seventh fairways and imagine what it's like to hit into those guarded greens without a gallery guard shooing you out of the way. You can sip from the Palmer and Nicklaus fountains and read about their feats without...

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