Famous actor Bill Murray (71) has been enjoying golf and entertaining others with his presence at the AT&T Pro-Am since 1993. Bill, who has his own golf clothing range, William Murray Golf, is known for always wearing two gloves and bucket hats and his enigmatic personality which always draws laughter.
William Murray Golf gear is, according to the website, a source of golf apparel that doesn’t try to be so serious. “All of our clothing is designed to keep it light, have fun, and to bring a new energy to the course.
Whether you’re hunting for the right golf outfit that meshes with your funny antics, or maybe a set of golf pants with a fun pattern, we’ve got you covered. . . Our patterns are lighthearted, without being kitschy, inspired by Murray’s life experiences.
Get out there, have fun, and look great doing it”. Family Affair Inspired by The Murray Brothers’ off-the-cuff mentality, William Murray Golf was created on the notion that life and golf don’t have to be so serious.
Keep it light, have fun, and bring personality onto the course. Bill Murray and his brothers grew up in the North Suburbs of Chicago caddying and playing golf – in fact, they were all inducted into the Caddie Hall of Fame.
They appreciate and respect the centuries-old sport we all love. According to his golf apparel website, Bill’s love for golf began when his entrepreneurial skills led him to run the hotdog concession at the country club one year.
The website continues: “unfortunately when it rained nearly every weekend, he was forced to go into acting”. These days Bill is a regular golfer and is often seen playing in tournaments where he frequently jokes with the crowd.
Everyone not amused Pro golfer Mark Calcavecchia was not amused this year and took to Twitter to let his feelings be known about the actor who never shies away from the spotlight on the fairways. “I think Bill Murray is an amazing actor,” the 13-time PGA Tour winner and former Open champion wrote to his 15,000 followers.
“Huge fan of a lot of his movies. But this golf course act is getting so tired,” added the 61-year-old. You have an obligation to live well, to have a sense of yourself – your real self, your unique self.- Bill Murray