(CNN) - Newt Gingrich and his wife Callista weighed in Thursday on the debate over admitting women to the all-men Augusta National Golf Club.
The private Georgia golf club, which hosts the Masters Tournament that started Thursday, has not allowed women members since it opened in 1933 (they do allow women to play as guests).
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Callista said that as a golfer herself, she'd "love to belong" to the club.
Her husband seconded the sentiment, saying his wife would be a "great member" of Augusta.