Irish American manager is sued in sex for golfers scandal
Exclusive Long Island golf course had stripper and sex parties
An Irish golf club manager in Long Island has been accused of ordering hookers and strippers for club members during male-only golf rounds.
Manager Carl O’Boyle would send the regular staff home and have strippers and hookers take their place.
The exclusive Tam O’ Shanter club then became an anything goes venue with hookers negotiating fees on club greens and carrying on with members back in the clubhouse.
“The members would play a round of golf, and while they were out there, they would have strippers on the course, and drinks,” said former bartender Justin Williams, 33, according to the NY Post.
Williams said the girls came in for cocktail hour but would eventually leave — and “the actual prostitutes would come in."
“There were about 10 prostitutes. I don’t know where they came from.”
During cocktail hour “they would go downstairs in the locker room, massage area and shower room. That’s where it would go down. Some of them would go outside somewhere out of view.”
“The wives would ask me the next day what happened. I would leave the prostitution part out but tell them that they got drunk on the golf course and had some strippers in bikinis on the golf course,” Williams said.
William said O’Boyle told him oral sex was often offered on the greens to the men taking part in the outings and that O’Boyle told him to sell the cheapest drinks to the members and pretend they were expensive brands.
Williams and others were told to turn off their cellphones because “they didn’t want anyone taking pictures" said the former bartender.
Williams has now filed a wrongful termination complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission against O’Boyle.
The club celebrates its 50th anniversary this month and has many well-to-do business men and professionals as members.
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