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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...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/latest-news/2014-01-09/stulb-architect-who-designed
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 that's...

http://augusta.com/masters/story/news/will-anything-fill-void-left-ikes-tree
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...

http://augusta.com/masters/story/news/ice-storm-claims-pine-its-rooted-tradition
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...

http://augusta.com/masters/story/news/latest-news/stulb-architect-who-designed-e
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 Gene...

http://augusta.com/masters/story/news/they-supplied-masters-memories
Augustans share fond memories of Masters' early days

...school's ROTC program who was asked to serve as a gallery guard. The guards held ropes to show patrons where and when...rope in order to control the fans," he said.The gallery guards were paid $6 a day in 1963 and 1964, when Cason volunteered...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2013-04-07/augustans-share-fond-memories
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 rushing...

http://augusta.com/masters/story/news/latest-news/nothing-beats-quiet-course-mas
Gallery guards cherish relationships made at No. 1

...of the United States.The 32 gallery guards working No. 1 during the Mas...when he began volunteering as a gallery guard 15 years ago. The relationships...shown during the Masters.The gallery guards, most of whom volunteer year...

http://augusta.com/masters/story/news/gallery-guards-cherish-relationships-made-
No. 4 continues to be tough hole

...course, at the right of the green, No. 4 plays from 175 to 240 yards, depending on the tee and hole placement.Gallery guard Jan Fink, who has watched over the hole for seven years, said the custom is for Augusta National to use a shorter tee...

http://augusta.com/masters/story/news/no-4-continues-be-tough-hole
Mickelson and Woods make final preparations

...According to the combined accounts from patrons and gallery guards, the deer entered the golf course from the right side...years, and I've never seen anything like that," gallery guard Steve Churm said to a group of patrons.Mickelson...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/masters-news/2011-04-06/mickelson-and-woods-make-fi
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