Sunday, October 28, 2012

Augusta National Adding Women's Facilities to Clubhouse

Scott Michaux of the Augusta Chronicle reports that Augusta National Golf Club has filed plans with the city for some major renovation work on/additions to the Augusta National Clubhouse.

Can you say, "women's lockerroom"? Of course you can. But Augusta National can't - the club declined comment on what the new construction is for. But we all know they aren't going to make Condoleezza Rice change her clothes in the men's room, or use a port-o-john when she has to tinkle.

From the article:

A site plan filed by Cran­ston Engineering Group indicates the club, which plays host to the Masters Tour­nament, intends to demolish a portion of the existing building, including the kitchen area, and an adjacent building on the northeast side of the clubhouse to make way for the new structure. Bob Austin, of Augusta Planning and Development, said the plan shows a large, two-level structure will be built, with the lower level sitting below grade.

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