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Augusta, GA 30809
On March 7, 2003 a powerful organization found on the basic principles of sound judgment and reasonable behavior was born in Augusta, Georgia. Fueled by Martha Burk's attempt to ruin the good name of Augusta, GA and the Masters Golf Tournament, PARP was formed with the goal of exposing ridiculous protests while also promoting sound judgement. Within days, PARP was featured in newspaper articles from the New York Time, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, and USA Today just to name a few. Radio talks shows nationwide were begging for interviews. It all culminated on Saturday, April 12 during the third round of the 2003 Masters.  With a decisive victory that day in the Inaugural Augusta Invitational Protest, PARP's message was loud and clear: if you act ridiculous, we're calling you out.