Peter Dawson, the chief executive of golf's governing body, Royal and Ancient, has defended the decision to hold tomorrow's Open Championship at a men-only club.
Asked by ITV Sports Correspondent Natalie Pirks why racism was unacceptable within the sport but sexism was clearly acceptable, he said:
"It is just a way of life that some of these people like, and realistically that is all it is."
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