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Special event: Caddyshack at Ormeau Golf Club

Carl Spackler (Bill Murray) takes on his nocturnal nemesis in comedy classic Caddyshack

CADDYSHACK might be a frightening 37 years old now, but the endlessly quotable golf-themed comedy classic remains as re-watchable as ever – even for those of us who consider golf to be barely a notch above form-filling in the entertainment stakes.

Belfast Film Festival will be attempting to breathe new life into the 18-holed antics of Rodney Dangerfield, Bill Murray and co with a site-specific screening of the Harold Ramis-directed comedy at Ormeau Golf Club on Sunday September 17.

It's an outdoor screening at the 18th hole of the south Belfast golf course, so best bring your favourite golf umbrella just in case the weather resembles the conditions in the Bishop's 'best game of my life' scene.

Attendees will be allowed to practice their blindfolded putting prior to the film and the festival are also encouraging you to dress in a 'golf costumes gone wrong' fashion.

The worst dressed will win passes for 2018's Belfast Film Festival, while runners up will get nothing and like it.

Tickets £8 on sale now via Tinyurl.com/seetheballbetheball

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