High school golf team cancels practice when tournament of ‘lewd’ acting strippers takes over

A Texas high school golf team got more skin than they bargained for and a dose of sex-ed when they showed up for practice at their local country club and tournament participants were not in proper golf attire.

Much to the school’s dismay, an adult entertainment club was hosting a golf tournament during Vista Ridge High School’s normal practice hours, complete with VIPs and exotic dancers. Shockingly, the strippers’ behavior was “very inappropriate” for high school kids, according to the coaching staff who immediately canceled practice.

Vista Ridge High School Athletic coordinator and head golf coach Keith Allen sent a letter to parents apologizing for the mixup, saying that the team “did witness some lewd behavior,” according to reporting by Fox 7 Austin.

Once the staff was made aware of the Yellow Rose Cabaret’s charity tournament and the nature of the guests, the practice was canceled and students were told to contact their parents for immediate pick up from the course designed by Jack Nicklaus architect Andy Raugust. Practice was also canceled Tuesday, with the athletes encouraged to be proactive with the basketball team temporarily.

According to Allen’s letter, the school had no previous knowledge of the tournament and such instances have not been a problem in the school’s 20-year relationship with Avery Ranch Golf Club.

School officials spoke with Avery Ranch and were told that the course “was not aware that these inappropriate actions would occur” and that the course “does not condone these actions,” Allen said.

Avery Ranch’s owner/general manager Adam Owen said he wasn’t aware that any inappropriate actions would happen, and he doesn’t condone inappropriate actions, assuring the school the golf course would not host the Yellow Rose again.

Photos on the Yellow Rose Cabaret’s Instagram feed show women golfing in T-shirts and g-string underwear, tiny skirts and midriff-baring tops at Monday’s tournament hosted by the course that was voted “Top Luxury Course” in Central Texas and “Best Place to Host a Charity Event” by Avid Golfer Magazine.

“We are sorry this happened and appreciate your support as we work to restore trust with our players and families,” Allen said. “What occurred yesterday is not acceptable and we will work closely with Avery Ranch to ensure this never happens again. They are very apologetic and have assured us they value our students and will do better to protect our golfers in the future.

Local station KXAN reportedly reached out to Avery Ridge for comment after receiving numerous emails from parents about “lewd behavior” at an adult golf tournament during the school’s practice, but the station did not receive a response.

Vista Ridge High School, located in Cedar Park, Texas, roughly 16 miles from Austin, was opened in 2003 and is the third high school in the Leander Independent School District.



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