A number of Gold Coasters will put their putt putt skills to the test in Channel 7’s epic mini golf series Holey Moley, which tees off tonight.
The blockbuster show, which is a smash hit in the US, sees contenders go head-to-head on an unparalleled, larger-than-life, obstacle golf course for a shot at $100,000.
myGC caught up with three local mini-golf lovers who are set to appear on the show – and the general consensus is they all had a ball!
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Michelle Massey told myGC audiences are going to love the show.
“This is the most exciting show, not only for adults who are going to get the best laugh, but for kids as well,” she said.
Known as the “Woo Girl”, Michelle said she is a little concerned by how many of her “woos” will appear on the show.
“There was a lot of woos,” she said. “Too many. I’m actually worried about how it is going to come up.
“Saying the woo calmed my nerves, so sorry in advance to watchers!”
Professional Golfer Montana Strauss told myGC her extensive golfing experience didn’t give her an advantage, with the course unlike anything she has ever seen.
“I’ve done a lot of putting practice in my time, but when it comes to the obstacles, that just levels out the playing field. It was so tough.”
Jasmine Finlay said the course was out of this world, and not for the faint-hearted.
“It’s on steroids, and brutal,” she told myGC.
“I had so much fun. I was super nervous… but it was a once in a lifetime opportunity.”
Holey Moley is hosted by legendary golfer Greg Norman, presenter Sonia Kruger, American actor/comedian Rob Riggle, and broadcaster Matt Shirvington and is set to air on Channel 7 at 7.30pm tonight.