Growing up, Bill Murray and his five brothers (Ed, Brian, John, Joel and Andy) worked as caddies at Indian Hill Country Club in Winnetka, Ill. They gained more from the experience than crumpled cash.
Ed won a Chick Evans scholarship to Northwestern University. Brian Doyle-Murray drew on his caddying for “Caddyshack,” of which he was a writer. John had a cameo in the film, while Bill starred as the deranged groundskeeper Carl Spackler, forever injecting his goofball, anarchic spiritinto a game traditionally associated with corporate strivers and conservative Rotarians. Andy, now a chef, was, like his brothers, inducted into the Caddie Hall of Fame.