That would be my suggestion to anyone that is deciding to take up the game of golf, a short list of three things that every golfer should have with them or have seen before going out on the golf course and trying out this fickle game.
Harold Ramis, the man who directed "Caddyshack" back in 1980, passed away on Monday at the age of 69 from what the Chicago Tribune is reporting as "complications of autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis" which is a rare disease that causes swelling of the blood vessels.
Ramis was a comedy genius, starting his directing career on a golf course with a cast and crew that would go on to live in comedy lore thanks to their work in "Caddyshack."
Why a golf movie as his first step into comedy?
Ramis caddied in his younger days, as did the writer of the movie, Brian-Doyle Murray, and some of the characters from the movie were taken from real life golfers that the two had worked with in the past.
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