(Reuters) - Billy Payne, the man who opened the doors of Augusta National to women members, announced on Wednesday he would retire as chairman of one of the world's most exclusive golf clubs and home of the U.S. Masters. Payne, who took over from Hootie Johnson in May 2006 and served as chairman
Fred Ridley will replace Payne, who has held the high-profile role since May 2006.
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