Bill Mur­ray swings into town for Regis re­union

“Cad­dyshack” star plays a round and jokes around

The Denver Post - - NEWS - By Ethan Mill­man Brett Stake­lin, Regis Univer­sity

Com­plete with a garb not dis­sim­i­lar to that of his char­ac­ter in the movie “Cad­dyshack” — all the way down to the bucket hat — Bill Mur­ray hit the Wil­lis Case Golf Course on Fri­day af­ter­noon to cel­e­brate his 45th re­union at Regis Univer­sity.

Mur­ray, a part of Regis’ Class of 1972, typ­i­cally makes it to his five-year re­unions, ac­cord­ing to Skip Ste­wart, vis­ual me­dia di­rec­tor for Regis.

Mur­ray never grad­u­ated, but he was given an honorary de­gree in 2007.

Den­ver res­i­dents crashed Mur­ray’s party at a bar in Lower Down­town and had an op­por­tu­nity to meet the co­me­dian.

One party-crasher even played an ap­pro­pri­ately “Ghost­busters”-themed pin­ball game as she crashed the party — a prac­tice Mur­ray has been known for over the years.

While Ste­wart didn’t have Mur­ray’s golf score, he said the for­mer “Satur­day Night Live” star played well and had a beau­ti­ful swing.

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