“Caddy Girl of your choice:” Gentlemen’s club to host charity event at Trump’s golf course

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UPDATE: Due to the negative publicity, the charity benefiting from the event has withdrawn, and the event has been cancelled.

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Devoun Cetoute and Alex Daugherty, The Miami Herald

A strip club is coming to President Trump’s Doral golf resort.

Image from video, above.

But just for a couple days. And for a good cause.

Shadow Cabaret, a Hialeah strip club, will be hosting the first Shadow All Star Golf Tournament at Trump National Doral at 4400 NW 87th Ave.

The tournament will start July 12 as first reported by the Washington Post.

The event is a two-day affair where attendees gather at the strip club on Friday to meet their “caddy girls.”

On Saturday, golfers head to Trump Doral for breakfast at BLT Prime and lunch on the golf course. The event finishes with an awards dinner at the strip club, according to an invite.

A spokesman for Trump Doral did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The entry price for a singe person is $450; a “foursome” is $1,800; and the play and stay option, which includes three days and two nights’ stay, is $1,000, according to promotional material on Shadow Cabaret’s Facebook page.

South Florida is familiar territory for strip clubs doing charity on the golf course or the community.

Cheetah Gentlemen’s Club participated in a 5k run and walk in November to support Rodriguez Charities, which focuses on child development, child healthcare, veteran assistance and community assistance.

Back in 1995, three different golf clubs held similar tournament events with area strip clubs.

A Facebook event for the Shadow Cabaret tournament at Trump National says that proceeds from it will benefit the Miami All Star foundation.

The invite says the Miami All Stars “help children from underprivileged homes develop understanding in fitness, nutrition, and education, with an emphasis on sportsmanship, leadership, respect, positive mental attitude, nutrition, self-esteem and regular attendance to school.”

The charity is not listed on Florida’s charity database but is listed in Florida’s nonprofit records.

Carlos Alamilla, the charity’s registered director, did not immediately respond to a request for comment. He has posted on social media recently to protest the Trump administration’s immigration and detention policies.

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