Last week, the 17th Annual Murray Bros. Caddyshack Charity Golf Tournament was held in St. Augustine, Fla. The tournament first started when comedian Bill Murray and his five brothers opened a restaurant and decided to create an accompanying two-day event with golfing, parties and concerts aimed at raising money for American charities. So far, the event has raised over $4 million, all while everyone who attends has a great time.
This year, Bill Murray played a round of golf with musician Chris Young, and the pair really hit it off. Murray even requested to join Young on stage for a rendition of "El Paso" by Marty Robbins. Young admitted that the chorus-less song was a little verbose for him, so he had to pull out his phone to refer to the lyrics. But he was obviously overjoyed to share the stage with Murray who knew every syllable of the song by heart and stepped up to the mic with his usual charisma.
The once-in-a-lifetime happening left Young in awe. He took to social media afterward to share his excitement, tweeting, "HOLY CRAP I JUST SANG WITH BILL MURRAY," and posting a pic of the pair all grins the next day.
Chris Young is currently on tour with live dates across the U.S. planned through September.