Pat Perez is wearing William Murray Golf clothes, made by Bill Murray and his brothers
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Pat Perez is wearing William Murray Golf clothes, made by Bill Murray and his brothers


Pat Perez has come back brilliantly from surgery to repair a torn labrum, winning the OHL Classic at Mayakoba in Mexico and contending again and again on the PGA Tour. Since returning to the PGA Tour, he's been wearing a new line of clothing, from a company called William Murray Golf.

You might have heard of the people behind the company.

Actor and comedian Bill Murray teamed up with his brothers and media company The Chive to create William Murray Golf, selling the line exclusively through The Chive. The line has shirts, hats, shorts and button-down shirts, all inspired by the idea of having fun in a sometimes stuffy game.

The William Murray Golf logo is that of Bill Murray chucking his golf club sideways in disgusted fashion at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. It's become a bit of a meme for when people have had enough, but it made sense for the Murray brothers to use it for a golf line.

William Murray Golf shirts run $70 or $75, with shorts at $70. Hats are $32, and T-shirts are $30.


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