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'Desperate Housewives' Stars Hit The Green For Children's Benefit

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Based on reports, it seems like Dougray Scott was the only great golfer in the Desperate Housewives bunch. Most of the show’s cast and crew, including Teri Hatcher and Brenda Strong, turned up in Camarillo, California to play in a tournament for the benefit of the Casa Pacifica children’s charity. Even if most of them struggled with the game, everyone still had a lot of fun.

As for the rest of the bunch, they did nearly average. And although most of them were novices on the field, they were still eager to compete as they were motivated by their good intentions just like Brenda Strong who has not picked up a club in the past twelve years, and Ricardo Antonio Chavira who has only played golf the first time two days before the competition. In fact, Chavira enjoyed the tournament with John Slattery. He said, “I’m going to kick his butt.”

They ended up with a few thousand dollars’ worth of donations for the charity. Ah well, even if they weren’t very good at golf, at least they were still able to help out.

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