Kids, strippers share Colorado golf course
DENVER (UPI) -- A Colorado golf course manager apologized to parents whose children played in a youth tournament at the same time a strip bar staged its own raucous tourney.
Evelyn Koch said she extended a "mea culpa" to the frazzled parents whose young golfers were playing in a junior golf tournament Monday in Broomfield, Colo., at the same time some 200 men and women took to the links for Shotgun Willie's Charity Golf Tournament.
Shotgun Willie's tourney, according to KUSA-TV in Denver, included 144 golfers and 70 of the club's dancers who acted as flirtatious caddies and, some parents allege, got a little raunchier while the youngsters were trying to concentrate on their putting.
"I cannot tell you the girls didn't flash out there," Koch rtold KUSA-TV "But it wasn't a free-for-all."
Koch blamed the culture clash on "miscommunication."
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This news arrived on: 06/26/2008