When it comes to one of her big loves, Caitlyn Jenner can't let go of the past.
On a new episode of I Am Cait, the 65-year-old Olympian tells assistant and friend Ronda Kamihira that she plans to apply to play at a new golf course at the Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, Calif., using her birth name, Bruce Jenner. She has been a longtime member of the club, where the courses recently underwent renovations and which contains several separate areas for men and women.
Kamihira, who helped picked out Caitlyn's female name after she transitioned from a man to a woman earlier this year, is appalled at her decision.
"Why can't you do in fresh as 'Caitlyn?' What are you gonna do? Wear your hoodie and pretend it's not—" she begins.
"Probably," Caitlyn replies. "And then once I get out on the course, I'll take that off."
"Let's just put 'Bruce' down and it's fine," she later says. "'Cause then I don't have to worry about locker rooms and all that crap right now, which I don't want to worry about. I'll worry about the locker rooms later on down the line."
The club said in a statement in June that it "cherishes its members and their privacy and will not comment on anything regarding its members' private use and enjoyment of the club, including Caitlyn Jenner's future use of the club," according to The Hollywood Reporter.
I Am Cait airs Sundays at 9PM only on E!