Boy, you have got to love that gopher... and that's about it. No, but seriously, other than that adorable, jittery and sadly underused ball of Nibbler-voiced hilarity, the ever-so occasional effective joke and a good soundtrack, there is hardly anything enjoyable about this film, which suffers its predecessor's flaws of bad sound editing, crudeness, a lack of development and slowness while adding cheesiness, bad writing, poor sound mixing, weak performances and a lack of memorability to the cons list, as well as character homages that are so overdone that they're more like rip-offs. So, we're suppose to think that the other clever, snappy-talking rich jew with technological golfing equipment isn't a rip-off? He wasn't even dead then and I bet Rod Dangerfield was already spinning in his grave. Ultimately, there are bright spots, but only enough to expose the worst sin of "Caddyshack II": its struggle to match its classic predecessor, only to become an underwhelming rip-off and sorry waste of potential.