PEBBLE BEACH, CA – FEBRUARY 13: Bill Murray plays a shot from the rough near the fourth green during round three of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am at the Pebble Beach Golf Links on February 13, 2016 in Pebble Beach, California. (Photo by Robert Laberge/Getty Images)

Bill Murray had quite the weekend.

The actor participated in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, and in typical Murray fashion, his antics on and off the course were the highlight of the event.

First, he lifted CBS reporter Dottie Pepper off the ground in an attempted crowd surfing.

Then, he autographed an excited fan’s bald head.

He took time to ponder the meaning of life.

Next, he participated in Jim Nantz’s amateur hole-in-one contest and nearly hit the mark, then celebrated with a club fling that would make Yasiel Puig blush.

What was most talked about was what took place off the course, where Murray ran into a little trouble. While out at rooftop bar near the course, two fans tried to take pictures of Murray without his permission. He noticed the flashes going off and then took matters into his own hands, snatching the phones and tossing them off the second floor balcony, according to TMZ. The cops were called, but the bar’s owner said Murray was not drinking and left before they arrived.

Despite this incident, Murray managed to earn himself back some goodwill by acknowledging he was there and offering to cover the damages.

Murray’s getting up there at 65, but this weekend shows age is still nothing but a number for the actor.

[SB Nation/TMZ]

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