Bill Murray surprises Florida couple with golfing gender reveal
It’s in the hole! Golf fanatic Bill Murray surprises expecting Florida couple by teeing off special golf ball for their gender reveal
- Jacqueline and Michael Davis planned to do a gender reveal for their baby at a Florida golf course last week
- The Palm Coast couple were going to hit a special golf ball on the course
- When they arrived at the tee, they were surprised to find Bill Murray waiting
- Video of the reveal shows the 67-year-old actor hitting the golf ball and revealing that they were expecting a boy
Bill Murray surprised a Florida couple by helping them with their golfing gender reveal.
Jacqueline and Michael Davis took a golf ball that was created to tell them the gender of their baby to the Murray Bros Caddyshack Golf Tournament in St Augustine last week.
The couple from Palm Coast had planned to hit the ball on the tournament course, which Michael was also playing in.
Actor Bill Murray surprised Jacqueline and Michael Davis by helping them with their baby gender reveal at a Florida golf tournament last week
But when they got to the planned tee, they were surprised to find Murray there waiting for them.
Video of the reveal shows the 67-year-old actor hitting the golf ball and revealing that the Davis’s were expecting a boy.
Jacqueline had arranged for the couple doctor to inform Michael’s secretary of the gender of their baby.
The secretary then arranged for the blue powder to be inserted into the golf ball for the gender reveal.
Jacqueline and Michael Davis, of Palm Coast, found out they are having a little boy after the 67-year-old actor helped do their golfing gender reveal
The had planned to hit the ball on the tournament course but when they got to the planned tee, they were surprised to find Murray (above) there waiting for them
Cinderella story: Video of the reveal shows the 67-year-old actor hitting the golf ball and revealing that the Davis’s were expecting a boy
‘(Murray) said it was his first gender reveal,’ Jacqueline told the News Journal. ‘I was very happy, very excited.’
Murray also gave them the pink driver he used to hit the ball.
They plan to give the club to their son when he is old enough.
‘We’re going to frame the driver (until then),’ Jacqueline said.
‘It’s pretty cool.’
In one of Murray’s first feature roles in 1980, he plays bumbling groundskeeper Carl Spackler in Caddyshack.
Spackler’s character, whose nemesis was a gopher, also fantasized about winning the Masters, famously saying: ‘Cinderella story, out of nowhere, former greenskeeper, now about to become the Masters champion. It looks like a mirac- it’s in the hole! It’s in the hole!’
Jacqueline, pictured above hugging Murray after the reveal, said the actor also gave them the golf club he used to hit the ball, which they plan to give to their son when he’s older
Jacqueline had arranged for the couple doctor to inform Michael’s secretary of the gender of their baby ahead of the reveal
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