Highway 18 (TV series)

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Highway 18
Genre Sport, reality, game show
Presented by Keri Murphy
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 10
Production
Location(s) Florida
Running time 60 minutes
Release
Original network Golf Channel
Audio format Stereo
Original release July 22, 2008 – Present
External links
Website www.thegolfchannel.com/highway18/

Highway 18 is an American reality television game show that premiered on Golf Channel on July 22, 2008. Set in Florida, the series is hosted by Keri Murphy.[1] The show features five teams of twosomes racing against each other in a series of challenges to complete a "Clubhouse Challenge" allowing them to move to the next round. The show airs Tuesday nights at 10pm on Golf Channel.

Show format[edit]

Each week, the five teams are given clues to a location to which they must all race. On arriving, they will have a challenge that will test one part of their golf game.

Once they complete this mini-challenge, they will be given clues to get to their next location. This could be another test, a quiz, or the Clubhouse Challenge.

Clubhouse Challenge[edit]

The final showdown each week is the Clubhouse Challenge. The teams must play a hole, either both playing or alternating strokes, and complete the hole as quickly as possible. Once the hole is completed, they must rush back to the Clubhouse and retrieve a golf ball. The team who arrives last will lose that challenge. Losing a challenge once will give the team a strike, but losing a second time will be the end of the road for that team.

Locations[edit]

Season 1

Teams[edit]

  • Andy and Parker (eliminated first)
  • Raul and Jameica (eliminated second)
  • Jay and Peach (eliminated third)
  • Ashley and Ashleigh (eliminated fourth)
  • Rob and Charlotte (winners)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Murphy to Host Highway 18 Show". Golf Channel. June 25, 2008. Retrieved 2009-02-12. 

External links[edit]