Celebrity sightings in Round 2 at Dunhill Links
Highlights of the celebrities and businessmen playing during the second round of the 2014 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
Comedian Murray finishes up at Alfred Dunhill
Comedian Bill Murray finishes up on the 18th hole during the first-round of the 2014 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
Perez Dunhill: Bill Murray, Michael Ballack in pro-am
Highlights of the celebrities and businessmen playing during the first-round of the 2014 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
Celebrity sightings: Stars are out at Medinah
See a few of the celebrities Golf Channel cameras caught out and about at Medinah on Tuesday.
Gunga galunga: Happy 64th birthday, Bill Murray
Actor, comedian, engagement-photo crasher Bill Murray celebrates his 64th birthday today.
Ellen De-too-generous: Gives comedian Murray what?!
Ellen Degeneres is known for her generosity. But when Bill Murray recently appeared on her show, she gave him perhaps the greatest gift of all.
Bill Murray goes all Bill Murray at charity tourney
Nothing out of the ordinary here, just Bill Murray on a golf course, rocking some Pabst Blue Ribbon golf pants
Fore! Bill Murray tees it up at Dunhill Links
Watch Actor/Comedian Bill Murray tee it up at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship on the European Tour Thursday.-We all have a wonderful week and here goes Bill Murray . -I can't believe Caddyshack was 1980, after two years ago. -And the man entertains the galleries on and off the course. -Wow. - Bill Murray . -Oh, Bill Murray will be playing his four shot just about came out of the bunker to here. There's David Howell at the back of the green, eyes at his birdie opportunity. -It's a nice golf today, Bill, on the Q tee. - Bill Murray now. This was for a five here. -I know the styles of a-- on the funniest sports movies of all time, Caddyshack,A comedian, a swimmer and a golfer together. -Oh, and another golfer, David Howell . -Caddy was just telling Bill Murray 140 plus means pins on 28 on the 68 in my language. Now Bill had a couple of shots, a little bit
Lost in translation: Murray calls Scottish press 'morons'
Bill Murray bristled at some of the questions posed by Scottish press at the Dunhill Links.