Augusta National has finally broken their ridiculous gender barrier
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Darla Moore, a partner in investment firm Rainwater, Inc., are the first female members of Augusta National in the club's history.
Augusta National was founded in 1933, and had come under fire on an annual basis for their no-female policy.
This wasn't the first time Augusta National's policies were far behind the times. They didn't admit their first African-American member until 1990.
Every time the Masters came around, the media harped on the club for their discriminatory policies. They stuck to their guns for years, saying that they are a private club and not bound by anyone else's standards.
Kudos to Augusta for finally get it right... even if they're decades late.