Or is it an Albatross? And what does it all mean?
Augusta National Golf Club, the oldest old boys club in America, has finally accepted its first two women members, and one of them is former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
Today in sports: A scorecard smudge nearly doomed golf's top-ranked player at Augusta, Bill Murray gives Cubs fans something to cheer about on opening day, and the BCS is coming around on a college football playoff system.
The seemingly placid world of golf continues to invite criticism and commentary over the Masters Tournament—in particular, the fact that no woman has been offered membership into Georgia's Augusta National, where the Masters is held.
It's odd to see Mitt Romney weighing in on the debate surrounding the all-male Augusta National club, home of the Master's Tournament in golf, but he clearly stated Thursday that the club should admit women.
The world of golf is placid. Calm. Manicured. Largely white and male, and apparently happy to be so. But every once in a while someone stops and says, Wait a minute, is this really how it should be?
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