Two more Holey Moley specials will wrap up proceedings for Seven’s mini-golf show next week.
The Celebrity special features Denise Drysdale’s tumble plus Olympian Steven Bradbury, Big Brother’s Angela Clancy and ex-Bachelorette Ali Oetjen.
A Kids special sees children putting the golf ball and parents completing the obstacles.
Celebrity Holey Moley
7.00pm Sunday, 28 February on Seven
A who’s who of celebrities from Australia’s premier entertainment and sporting worlds will take on the mighty Holey Moley course in extreme mini golf’s night of nights.
Australia’s favourite celebri-tees set to take on the hallowed checkered green include football legends Mat Rogers and Barry Hall, beauty queen and sports commentator Erin Holland, Olympic Gold medallist Steven Bradbury, Big Brother’s Angela Clancy, entertainment icon Denise Drysdale, The Bachelorette’s Ali Oetjen and Love Island’s Eden Dally.
Former rugby dual-code international, Rogers, plays to a handicap of six strokes and is a hot tip heading into the competition, but as these celebrities know, in showbiz anything can happen. What they don’t know is that on the Holey Moley course, anything will happen.
These celebs are about to learn the Holey Moley course doesn’t care who you are, if you want to play ball you’ll still have to conquer the towering windmills of Dutch Courage, slay the fire-breathing Dragon’s Breath and brave Putt the Pirate’s shark infested waters.
Holey Moley Junior
7.30pm Monday, 1 March on Seven
Holey Moley Junior brings together eight of the country’s most talented junior mini golfers, ranging in age from eight to 10 years, to battle it out across three wild rounds.
While they show off their incredible skills on the most extreme mini golf course on the planet, these competitive kids are chasing the ultimate prize: the Holey Moley plaid jacket, golden putter, a whopping $10,000 golf shopping spree and being crowned the world’s first-ever Holey Moley Junior Champion.
How will these golfing stars of tomorrow deal with the death-defying Holey Moley obstacles? That’s where their parents step in. While the kids take the putts, their adult caddies will take the hits on diabolical course favourites, including Putter Ducky, Dutch Courage, Putt the Plank any many more.
With hours of daily training and prior wins in junior golf tournaments, it’s an even pack heading into the competition.