The Augusta National Golf Club opened in 1932. Since that time, its membership has been for men only, and because it's a private club, it is not required to change that.
It's facing an interesting dilemma, though. One of the companies that sponsors the Masters Tournament guarantees membership for company officers. And the leader of that company is a woman.
The ultimate decision about whether to offer her membership - and essentially change club rules - is ultimately up to the club itself. What do you think it should do?
Carl Azuz, Anchor