In the Rough: Bill Murray Joins Rowdy Golf Fans Accused of Being Too Raucous for Ryder Cup

As America’s and Europe’s top golfers teed off against one another for the Ryder Cup in Minneapolis, spectators booed, jeered and heckled their way through the tournament.

The sport’s best athletes had to contend with behavior better suited for a frat party, including Ireland's Rory McIlroy, who nearly came to blows with an onlooker who shouted “Suck a d***!"

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The heckler was removed from the fairway following the crude comment.  

And if the fans seemed like something straight out of Caddyshack, maybe it was the presence of one of the film's stars, Bill Murray.

The former Ghostbuster was spotted among Ryder Cup spectators, and at one point even led a rousing "America" chant.

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A recent football game also had its share of drama, as a terrifying storm swept over Florida's Raymond James Stadium, where the Tampa Bay Buccaneers playing the Denver Broncos. 

After an 86-minute weather delay, the Bucs resumed their game, but suffered a loss to the Denver Broncos.

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