This story appears on the BBC Sport website and it is about the iconic Eisenhower Tree that was more than 100 years old and was damaged in an ice storm last week.  It must to be removed before the 2014 Masters at Augusta National on April 10.    It explains that over the years, the tree’s obstructing position had a large impact on how golfers played the 17th hole.  They quote various golfers about the loss of the tree and they are all saddened by the loss.  The tree was named after US President Dwight Eisenhower who was an Augusta member from 1948-1969 and campaigned to have the tree removed because he hit the tree so often on his tee shot.  To read more about this article click here.