Uh-oh! It seems that challenges lie ahead for Caitlyn Jenner. After transforming herself from Bruce, the 65-year-old stunner now has to worry about where she eats, changes clothes and goes to the bathroom — at her beloved country club and golf course!
Caitlyn Jenner, 65, first joined LA’s Sherwood Country Club and golf course as Bruce Jenner 15 years ago. Since then, it’s become her happy place and practically a home away from home. However, now that she’s unveiled her new female identity, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star might not be welcome to the privileges she’s become accustomed to, according to a new report. Yep, as a woman, Ms. Jenner isn’t privy to the same set of perks as the club’s male members. Read on for all the details!
Golfing at his beloved country club almost every day, Bruce made quite a name for himself on the green. Along with coughing up $225,000 for the establishment’s pricy initiation fee, he cultivated friendships with golfing buddies like Wayne Gretzky — where they enjoyed male-only benefits.
But now that Bruce is Caitlyn, she will have to adhere to the club’s gender-specific protocol, according to TMZ. So what are the main differences? Well, first of all — as a woman, Caitlyn won’t be able to enjoy the dining room and bar reserved for men members only, allegedly. The female quarters are not nearly as nice, according to the site. So unfair, right?!
Luckily, Sherwood’s board is open to an appeal from Caitlyn herself, a source says. This means the brunette beauty has the ability to make a case that she should be allowed to maintain the same advantages she had as Bruce. Fingers crossed for you, Cait!
Changes to her country club membership aren’t the only problems plaguing Caitlyn’s mind, as she finds her footing as a female. One of her other main concerns? Looking “like a guy” in a dress!
“I was always worried…you never want to look like a guy in a dress. If you’re going to do [this], and come out, you really have to look the part,” she told the July 2015 issue of Vanity Fair. “You have to look very feminine. Your presentation is extremely important.”
Caitlyn admits she looks to other transgender celebs (like Laverne Cox!) for inspiration. “I’m kind of following in their footsteps,” she gushes. “They made it easier for me. And I hope, with my honesty, I can make it easier for someone else down the line.” Love that positive vibe, girl! Now let’s see if the Sherwood Country Club is ready to adopt the same attitude, and let Caitlyn (and all of their women golfers) play with the boys!
HollywoodLifers — let us know what YOU think! Should Caitlyn have to follow new rules for women? Or should she be able to keep the same country club benefits she had as Bruce?
— Susan Johnson