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Comedian and now-entrepreneur Bill Murray told CNBC on Friday his new golf-centered clothing line is nothing to write home about.
"Let's not get too serious about this," Murray told "Squawk Box. " "It's not like the JLo line."
Murray said he got the idea from friends who helped the "Ghostbusters" star track down a group making T-shirts with his face on them. They decided to partner, and the "William Murray Golf" clothing line was born.
The line includes polo shirts, button-downs, shorts and hats. Speaking from the Pebble Beach Pro-Am golf tournament, Murray wore a pair of his line's overalls, detailed with the Murray family tartan.
"All you housewives out there, I'm sure when you say, 'God, I just don't have a good pair of overalls, what could I look good in?' This is like a maternity set of overalls that I wear," he joked.
But being an entrepreneur isn't particularly thrilling, Murray said.
"You know, it's kind of passive. I don't have to do so much. Occasionally, I chip in with an idea or something like that," he said.