Bill Murray swings into town for Regis reunion
“Caddyshack” star plays a round and jokes around
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.