The foundation for Mamie’s Cabin being laid at Augusta National in 1953. Copy photographed Friday afternoon February 11, 2011. Photo Courtesy of Lowrey Stulb.
Lowrey Stulb is another behind-the-scenes influence on Augusta National.
If you look closely around the grounds of Augusta National this week, you’ll see several pieces of Stulb’s architecture. Along with the Eisenhower Cabin (also known as “Ike’s Cabin”), Stulb designed the pro shop. He also designed one of the course’s most famous landmarks, Sarazen Bridge.
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