Caddyshack by Chris Nashawaty – Book review

Caddyshack – Comedy fans and golf enthusiasts alike will always have Harold Ramis’ way out 1980 movie comedy “Caddyshack” in their collective conscience as one of the funniest movies of that genre that focused on that sport.

They will always recall memorable scenes or recite word-for-word stand out lines or dialogue such as Al Czervik’s (Rodney Dangerfield) endless zingers (especially the one about the awful looking golf hat and the free bowl of soup); Carl Spackler’s (Bill Murray) Dalai Lama/”Gunga galunga” speech; Ty Webb’s (Chevy Chase) extraordinary Zen-like putting skills; Carl’s ongoing battle against that pesky gopher (and its fiery aftermath); and the Baby Ruth-in-the-pool “doodie” scene.


Yes, the outrageously comic misadventures of the “snobs versus slobs” battle amongst the fairways and putting greens at the mythical Bushwood Golf and…

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