The Good: 

Three of the best comedians of all time and great golf innuendos, combined with the most quotable lines yield the most watchable movie there is. “So I got that goin’ for me, which is nice.”

The Bad: 

Danny’s girlfriend is awful and her accent is ridiculous. But did you know that she’s the 13-year-old with a stuffed bra from Animal House?

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Year Released: 1980

Tagline: “The Snobs Against The Slobs!”

Runtime: 99 minutes

Estimated Gross: $39,846,344, U.S. (March 2011 - IMDB)

Stars: Chevy Chase, Bill Murray, Rodney Dangerfield



If you’re going golfing with the boys, you’ve got two choices - Happy Gilmore (which rocks) or our choice, Caddyshack. It features one of the better life-long bachelors of all time in Chevy Chase’s Ty Webb who combines with Bill Murray and Rodney Dangerfield to form the best trio in any comedy. And that doesn’t even include Judge Smails’ facial expressions, Lacey Underall’s underwear, and then some. There ain’t a movie out there with more quotable lines. From the “Lama” to “Ahoy polloi,” it’s non-stop laughs. Not to mention the best golf line is actually pretty flexible during the whole bachelor party: “IT'S IN THE HOLE.”

Bachelor10 Tip: 

Make like Al Czervik and bring some tunes onto the golf course. A soundtrack can make the round, especially when you get too hammered to avoid the Smails Slice.