Caitlyn Jenner's Transition Causes Problems For Her 15-Year-Long Membership At Her Country Club! Find Out Why HERE!
It seems Caitlyn Jenner's not only dealing with major changes in her life -- but minor ones in her day-to-day routine.
The reality star became an active member of the Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, CA around 15-years-ago -- however, it seems that Caitlyn, formerly known as Bruce, will now be treated very differently at her home away from home.
The club is an incredibly ritzy and exclusive community where the initiation costs are $225,000 -- oh, and the men are segregated from the women! What the what?!
There's one rule: No girls allowed!
It's reported that the country club separates the female patrons from the male ones not only in the locker rooms but in the dining room and bar.
Sources from the golf club express that the board will enforce the rules despite Caitlyn's long history with the Sherwood.
However, it seems the board is willing to hear an appeal if the former Olympian desires to make a case. But, we feel that golf isn't necessarily the Keeping Up With Kardashians celebrity's main priority!
She shared in her Vanity Fair interview:
"I'm not doing this to be interesting. I'm doing this to live. I'm not doing this so I can hit it off the women's tee."
Nonetheless, the avid golfer did reveal that on her TV show she'll try and hit a golf ball 300 yards off the tee.
We know you can do it!
Regardless, it might be time for Caitlyn's country club to update its bylines! The business is currently closed for renovations until December so we think there's plenty of time for them to change their minds!
[Image via Vanity Fair.]