We all applauded when Augusta National opened Magnolia Lane to women.
And now we're all jeering the decision of the (less than) Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers at Muirfield to retain its all-male membership policy. The Scottish club's decision prompted the R&A — golf's governing body outside of the United States and Mexico — to remove the spectacular Muirfield course from the British Open rotation.
"golf nil, neanderthals one," is how esteemed Scottish golf writer John Huggan put it on Twitter.
Don't confuse this for an anti-political-correctness rant, but I'm here to tell you that men's clubs are not a...