Lana Lawless, the trans woman who sued the LPGA and the Long Drivers of America after she was refused the ability to compete as a woman, has settled her case. Both organizations have both changed their rules on trans women to be in line with the Olympics and other sports organizations.
After transitioning in 2005, Lawless was the 2008 winner of the Women's Long-Drive golf championship, but was barred from competition in 2009 after the Long Drivers Association changed their rules governing transgender people. While her paperwork all said she was female, including her birth certificate, the golf organizations held that competitors had to be "female at birth."
Lawless sued under California antidiscrimination law, which prohibits discrimination along the lines of gender identity, for unspecified damages and to prohibit the two golf associations from hosting tournaments in that state. Instead, the associations changed their policy, recognizing that trans women, after two years of hormones, don't have the same advantage over cis women that cis men would have.