The other lady in green this week gave an exclusive interview to MSNBC while Condoleeza Rice was out golfing with a three-time champion.
Darla Moore, one of the first two women to be accepted as an Augusta National member, showed off her 300 acre farm and discussed her work as a conservationist and horticulturalist.
Talking about her involvement with the local university, she tells the interviewer: "My purpose in life is to be a change agent"
But when asked about working as a change agent at Augusta National, her tone changes noticeably.
"I wouldn't think that would be something I would do" followed by, "I'm a member, not an advocate."