The Shadow Cabaret strip club based in Hialeah, Florida, organized the "Shadow All Star Tournament".
"Due to the climate of everything surrounding our golf tournament Shadow Cabaret has chose to cancel this event", Mancuso said in a statement.
A STRIP club yesterday announced the cancellation of a charity golf tournament that was to be held at one of US President Donald Trump's courses.
He wrote that Trump's golf resort in Doral, Fla., will play host to a tournament Saturday "put on by a Miami-area strip club, which will allow golfers to pay for a dancer to serve as their "caddy girl" while they play at the president's club".
Alamilla said it gave him pause to affiliate his charity with an event put on by a strip club: "It doesn't jive with what we do, you know".
"They're going to be clothed the whole time", Mancuso said, but added that "at the venue is different", explaining that the tournament would be followed by a "very tasteful" burlesque show that may involve nudity.
"The event was originally booked with the understanding that it would be raising money to support a local charity benefiting underprivileged children", a Trump Organization spokeswoman told The Post in a statement.
The owner of the strip club, Emanuele Mancuso, said that the event was meant to "benefit a basketball-themed charity called Miami All Stars".
Mancuso said the dancers would drive a golf cart but would not carry golf bags.
"We chose to host our tournament at the Trump Doral because of the prestigious golf course and luxury hotel accommodations".
President Donald Trump reported income of $76 million from the Trump National Doral property in 2018, up from $75 million in 2017.
A South Florida resort, The Trump Doral, which is controlled by the president's sons through the family fund, regularly serves as a venue for private sporting events, with the upcoming one, according to the Trump Organisation, expected to raise funds for a Miami children's charity.
The strip club behind the event, Shadow Cabaret, didn't respond to repeated requests for comment. "Because he abuses migrant kids, and sex and kids don't jibe".
According to the report, participants could choose their "caddy girl" if they registered by July 10, but would have to participant in an auction if they registered after.
Carlos Alamilla, the charity's director, told The Post he was reluctant to accept the money because of the event's association with a strip club and due to his dislike for Trump. "We provide everything. We provide fitness, nutrition, basketball and academics", he said.
Still, Alamilla said, he made a decision to accept the money - but also ban his charity's child clients from attending.
"We're not participating, and I think you should cancel the event", Alamilla said he told the tournament's organizers.