Certain groups attract a gallery so large that additional marshals are needed to assist the marshals assigned to each hole with control of the additional spectators and the movement of players from tee to green.THE POSITION OF THESE MARSHALS IS IMPORTANT
both inside and outside the rope lines. Inside the rope lines, they can assist the tee, landing area and green marshals with their duties. Outside the ropes they can control the additional gallery noise that accompanies certain groups.Walking marshals should
help hole marshals ensure that galleries do not break rope lines behind the final group of each day. Spectators must remain behind the rope lines until the final group has completed play.