Bill Murray and his brothers don’t think golf is in decline, just that it needs to loosen up a bit.
That’s why the “Caddyshack” star and his five brothers are debuting a line of apparel for the sport next month that borrows from the comedian’s on- and off-screen pursuits. One pattern is speckled with tiny highball glasses, a reference to Murray’s love of cocktails. Another features bunker rakes like the kind used by Carl Spackler -- the deranged greenskeeper Murray played in the 1980 classic. A pinstriped shirt resembles the home jersey of the Murrays’ beloved Chicago Cubs baseball team. The brand’s logo is a silhouette of Murray tossing a club in frustration.