Wynn Harris isn’t likely to be teeing up at Meadowlands Country Club in Blue Bell any Saturday this fall, but other women will — at prime times when the golf course has historically been reserved for men. Harris’ lawyers attribute the dismantling of that “grass ceiling” to her tenacity.

Harris and her husband Bob resigned from Meadowlands in late 1995 over a dispute that ultimately led them to file a suit charging Meadowlands with illegal gender discrimination under the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act.

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