A growing row on sexism has been ignited within the world of golf ahead of tomorrow's Open Championship.
Organisers have been criticised by politicians and the world number two, Rory McIlroy, for holding the competition in one a club that does not allow women members.
Sports Correspondent Natatlie Pirks reports from Muirfield.
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