Back in September, the 260-year-old Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews decided it would finally admit women. (Perhaps because "even fustier than the Augusta National" is not a good look for anybody.) Now they've announced their first female members and—surprise!—there's a princess among them.
The moment shouldn't have felt so good. All along, we knew the day would come. We knew the chosen women would be so privileged that a golf-club membership and new green jacket wouldn't dramatically improve their lives, much less change the world.