Broomfield, Colo. (AP) Golf course officials say a close encounter between scantily clad women and children participating in a tournament was the result of “mistiming” and that the strippers were not topless during a separate event.
But parents of the children participating in the Gold Crown Junior Golf Association Tournament say they were not warned that strippers would be spilling out of a limousine in plain view of the youngsters before they finished their game.
The women were part of Shotgun Willie's Charity Golf Tournament. The children ranged in age from 7 to 12.
Eagle Trace Golf Course manager Evelyn Koch says the women were forbidden from going topless.
A woman told the event drew curious questions from her children, who asked her why the men joining the strippers had water guns and why the women wore white.
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