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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Slow down there. Augusta has an outstanding record for allowing women as guests. Who needs all the crap that goes with membership? Being a female member at Augusta would bring a constant onslaught of rules and sequiturs about how to dress from the old coots that run the place. However, you would probably get your own dressing room/closet in which to change and store your duds. So, be careful what you wish for. Membership isn't all that it is cracked up to be.

And, no jokes about female members.
12/08/05 @ 21:03
Comment from: R. Gleaton [Visitor]
Augusta is a private club, they have their rights as such. You politcal correctness nutcases should just mind your own business. I think it's great that they stand up for their rights and won't bow to the feminazis and all of their screaming, hollering and temper tantrums.

I certainly am not a member of Augusta nor could I afford to be one if asked.

Bottomline is Yea!! for the Augusta people and they should just tell people like you to blow it out your ?&!*#.
02/07/06 @ 19:11

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