rule changes

LPGA Lets Trans Golfers Back On The Greens

As expected the LPGA has dropped its two-year-old requirement that players be “female at birth,” thus barring trans players like Lana Lawless, whose 254-yard drive was responsible for the new rule. Lawless wasn’t happy with the league-mandated discrimination, so she sued. The LPGA’s members, which voted on the matter, saw things her way.