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Well, at least Brian Urlacher and Fred Hoiberg will have a good caddie.

Bill Murray—and his five brothers—will play along with the former Bears linebacker and new Bulls coach on Wednesday in the 2015 BMW Championship pro-am at Conway Farms in Lake Forest.

Later that night, Murray and his brothers—Andy Brian, Ed, Joel and John will be inducted into The Caddie Hall of Fame at a private dinner.

The Murrays helped inspire “Caddyshack,” the 1980 comedy classic Bill starred in and Brian co-wrote.

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