For the first time in its 80-year history, Augusta National Golf Club is accepting female members. Former Secretary Condoleeza Rice and businesswoman Darla Moore were selected.
The club only began accepting African-American members in 1990. A few years later, Tiger Woods won the Masters tournament and changed the game forever.
Many people are welcoming the change at Augusta, saying it's important to include women to grow the game. Others feel Augusta was bullied into allowing women. The Supreme Court says private organizations can exclude anyone they want.
It is unclear if IBM's female CEO will be granted membership. It was not offered when she took over earlier this year, even though the company's CEO is traditionally granted access.