BY Samantha Albala
on Nov 03, 2014
Tiger Woods competed in his first National Championship at the age of 13. Lucy Li, who at 11 is the youngest to make it through the U.S. Open's qualifiers, has been competing for a spot since the age of 9. Beverly Klass, however, played in the U.S. Open without qualifying at the age of 10 in 1967.
Women fighting to be a part of the professional sport isn't new, but there are still rampant displays of misogyny in the sport, and the women-run component, the L.P.G.A., are doing very little to confront and protect the female players' rights.
In late October, the former P.G.A. Read More
BY Kaitlin Cole
on Aug 21, 2012
The Augusta National Golf Club, aka the Masters Tournament course, has decided to allow women (albeit only two) into their prestigious club in Georgia. Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and financier Darla Moore are the two first female members.
Some are praising the club for this move, and noting that it represents a milestone for women in business. However, I can’t understand why any woman would even want to be part of a club that has only now, in 2012, decided to allow women to join. In a related note, the club didn't admit its first African-American member until 1990. Read More