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Cozy Spot to Eat After Golf, but Women Are Barred (Phoenix Journal)

Date: June 28, 2008
Author: Jennifer Steinhauer
QUOTE: Charges of sexism against private golf clubs are not uncommon; the Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, where the Masters is held each year, does not permit women to be members. But here in Arizona, where the governor, secretary of state, chief justice and Senate minority leader are women, it has rankled more than a few women that nonmember men have more rights than paying female members at the Phoenix Country Club, a century-old fixture in the city’s social and business life where it costs tens of thousands of dollars a year to belong.

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