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Any day now, thousands of beautiful azaleas, magnolias, and dogwood trees will burst into full bloom at Georgia's Augusta National Golf Club.
The manicured fairways will form a lush green carpet as the world's top male golfers gather for the Masters, one of the sport's major tournaments.
While that might sound like a pretty picture, this year's Masters, which will take place April 10-13, could turn ugly. A prominent women's group said it intends to protest outside the hallowed club during the week of the Masters tournament.
Why? The group is upset that the 300-member Augusta National Golf Club refuses to accept women into its ranks.