As she revealed her new identity on Vanity Fair, Caitlyn Jenner might be faced with problems on the golf course.
When she once identified as Bruce Jenner, TMZ reported that she frequently spent daily visits to the Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, California and has been a member for 15 years. Now with a new feminine identity it may “cause her problems at the golf course.”
At the golf course located in the country club, the men and women are somewhat segregated, meaning Caitlyn might have to change her usual venue. The venue she now must use is currently closed for renovations and will not be open until December.
According to the country club’s site:
“The main dining room and bar are male only. They’re actually attached to the men’s locker room and women are not allowed. The women’s restaurant is way more scaled down. Our Sherwood sources say the board will enforce the rules, which means the camaraderie Bruce shares with other members will be greatly impeded now that she’s Caitlyn. But we’re also told the board is open to an appeal by Caitlyn herself. She can attempt to make a case that she can keep the same privileges she had when she was Bruce.”
For a $225,000 joining fee into the club I am sure Caitlyn will want all the privileges she had received in the past.
There is still no reply on Caitlyn’s end to see if she will fight for more privileges or accept the new rules since she does now identify as a women and those are the same privileges all the female members are receiving.
Who knows maybe Caitlyn will even fight for more women privileges as a whole at the country club.