A very minor quibble. Adam Barr writes in a New Year's rules resolution column:
DRIVER ENVY. A player shall do his best to strike a decent tee ball without delay occasioned by bragging about the new war stick he or she received for Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or Boxing Day. Enforcement of this rule may be waived by the committee, unless the offender uses terms such as “Linda Ronstadt (Blew By You)” or announces loudly that his drive is a monster, even as it lands in ankle-high Kikuyu.
Recently Butch Harmon evoked the eye-roll inducing "Linda Ronstadt (Blew By You)" on the Natalie Gulbis Show (yes, yes I watched the show).
Besides the fact that it's not funny (as Barr is kindly trying to point out without offending his readership), the citation is not accurate.
But if you must use it, that's Blue Bayou, and Roy Orbison wrote the song along with Joe Melson in 1963, and also recorded it to major acclaim. Linda Ronstadt covered it in 1977.
I believe Tim McCarver started this "Blue Bayou" nonsense a few years ago during a baseball telecast. And I know your day wouldn't be complete without this kind of important insight and clarification.