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Murray wearing his Bill Bottoms pants at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
Murray wearing his Bill Bottoms pants at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am | Image: Betabrand

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Get Your Score Into the ‘70s with Bill Bottoms

If one man in the golf/fashion world can bring back bell-bottoms, it’s Bill Murray, who debuted his funky pants at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

By 19th Hole Staff  |  Feb. 12, 2018

Murray wearing his Bill Bottoms pants at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Murray wearing his Bill Bottoms pants at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am | Image: Betabrand

Bill Murray, an avid golfer and acclaimed actor, has his own line of golf apparel? Now Bill and the folks at William Murray Golf have teamed up with Betabrand on a project that’s sure to rock fairways and fashion runways around the world: Bill-Bottoms!

Yes, Bill and Betabrand are bringing bell bottoms back, on the links and beyond. These handsome retro trousers are ready for all manner of gentlemanly pursuits, thanks to the amazing four-way stretch fabric that stubbornly resists wrinkles while wicking away moisture like a thirsty St. Bernard. Their signature “Lucy the Caboosie” print pays tribute to Bill’s mother, Lucille, with caboose blueprints and lush peonies, Mrs. Murray’s favorite flower.

Murray wearing his Bill Bottoms pants at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Murray wearing his Bill Bottoms pants at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am | Image: Betabrand

Inspired by The Murray Brothers’ off-the-cuff mentality, William Murray Golf was created on the notion that life and golf don’t have to be so serious. Keep it light, have fun, and bring personality onto the course.

Bill Murray and his brothers grew up in the North Suburbs of Chicago caddying and playing golf – in fact, they were all inducted into the Caddie Hall of Fame. They appreciate and respect the centuries-old sport we all love.

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But let’s be honest here, golf can be stuffy and somewhat boring. William Murray Golf is about infusing the game with energy and a little irreverence, while still respecting the game. Who says you have to wear a striped polo and play the traditional 18 holes? A new tradition begins.

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