In case you are wondering, real life is just Caddyshack starring Alec Baldwin.
That's just one takeaway from Kate Briquelet's New York Post interview with Scott Werner, a caddy at the high-brow East Hampton Golf Club, who recently self-published a book chronicling the misadventures of the super-rich at the super-fancy course.
Among them is Jack Donaghy himself:
When the club first opened years ago, Alec Baldwin would terrorize CEOs by driving up to the course in a blue car and park with a cup of coffee, Werner recalled.
Anytime someone would take a swing, he’d honk his horn to faze them. It’s rumored he loathed the club for environmental reasons.
You get what you pay for: East Hampton's initiation fee alone reportedly runs $400,000. Notable members include Lloyd Blankfein, Jason Kidd, Lorne Michaels and Jeff Zucker.
Werner's book, "Caddy Tales," is much cheaper. In fact, it's free on Amazon for Kindle users, or $9.95 in paperback for analog folk.