The Bogey Stalking the Masters

Fears of feminist protests, bad publicity, and consumer boycotts are chilling corporate participation at this year's tournament

Usually, the 237-room Columbia (S.C.) Sheraton would have stopped accepting reservations for the days of the Masters Golf Tournament months ago. But five weeks before Tiger Woods tees off in nearby Augusta, Ga., the hotel is still wide open to late-planning guests.

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