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Holey Moley
Holey Moley titlecard.jpg
Genre
Created byChris Culvenor
Directed byAlex Van Wagner
Presented by
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes10 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Chris Culvenor
  • Paul Franklin
  • Wesley Dening
  • Stephen Curry
  • Jeron Smith
  • Erick Peyton
  • Charles Wachter
  • Michael O'Sullivan
Production company(s)
DistributorDisney–ABC Domestic Television
Release
Original networkABC
Picture format720p (HDTV)
Audio format5.1 surround sound
Original releaseJune 20, 2019 (2019-06-20) –
present (present)
External links
Official website

Holey Moley is an American sports reality competition television series created for ABC by Chris Culvenor. The series is produced by Eureka Productions and Unanimous Media, with Culvenor, Paul Franklin, Wesley Dening, Stephen Curry, Jeron Smith, Erick Peyton, Charles Wachter, and Michael O'Sullivan serving as executive producers.

The series features contestants competing against each other in a series of head-to-head, sudden-death matchups on a supersized miniature golf obstacle course. Curry stars as the resident golf pro, with color commentator Rob Riggle, play-by-play commentator Joe Tessitore, and sideline correspondent Jeannie Mai. On October 2018, ABC announced they were developing a miniature golf game show. The series was officially announced in April 2019, along with Curry's involvement. Filming of the series takes place at Sable Ranch in Canyon Country, Santa Clarita, California.

Holey Moley premiered on June 20, 2019, and its first season consisted of 10 episodes. In October 2019, ABC renewed the series for a second season.[1]

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

In October 2018, ABC released a casting call for a new game show called Mega Miniature Golf looking for miniature golfers to compete against each other for a grand prize.[2] ABC officially announced the series in April 2019, with the title Holey Moley. Stephen Curry serves as executive producer and resident golf pro on the series, with color commentary by comedian and actor Rob Riggle, play-by-play commentary by ABC and ESPN sportscaster Joe Tessitore, and television personality Jeannie Mai as a sideline correspondent (with Riggle and Tessitore wearing the same jackets that were worn by ABC Sports commentators in the 1970s). The series is produced by Eureka Productions and Unanimous Media,[3] and created by Chris Culvenor, who is executive producing alongside Curry, Paul Franklin, Wesley Dening, Charles Wachter, Michael O'Sullivan, Jeron Smith, and Erick Peyton.[4] Culvenor explained that producers saw that other television competition series were dominated by fitness enthusiasts and wanted to create a show that most people could partake in. He called the series "a serious competition put in a really silly world."[5]

Filming[edit]

Filming took place on April 3–5 and 8–11, 2019, in front of a live audience, at Sable Ranch in Canyon Country, Santa Clarita, California.[6] The location was previously used for the obstacle course game show Wipeout.[7] The golf course and obstacles were built on the ranch by The ATS Team, which creates obstacle courses and large-scale fanciful environments for shows such as American Ninja Warrior, The Titan Games, and Big Brother, in association with Eureka Productions.[8]

Gameplay[edit]

In each episode, 12 mini-golfers compete in a series of head-to-head, sudden-death matchups on a supersized miniature golf obstacle course. Winners move on to round two and from there, only three will make it to the third and final round, where they compete on the "Mt. Holey Moley" hole in a three-way contest. The winner earns "The Golden Putter" trophy, a "Holey Moley" plaid jacket and a $25,000 grand prize.[3]

Course[edit]

The larger-than-life minigolf course features 10 supersized themed holes:[3][9]

  • Dutch Courage:[10] Contestants must hit through a small mini-golf-style windmill situated in between two large windmills. The large windmills have large, quickly rotating blades that can knock the player off the putting surface and cause stroke penalties. The hole lies past the second large windmill, on a slope.[11][12]
  • Caddysmack: The contestants try to hit their first putt closest to the big golf ball. The one closest gets to decide how their next shot will be hit, either by resident golf pro Stephen Curry or a robot voiced by Rob Riggle, with the losing contestant getting the other option. The robot and Curry hit 55-yard pitch shots to a turf-covered empty swimming pool where the hole is located. Caddysmack is the longest hole on the course.[13][14]
  • Arc de Trigolf:[10] Players hit their ball along a large arc to the green, and then must get over a line of small raised platforms in a swimming pool to ring a bell and release a guillotine that will stop their ball from falling into the water.
  • Tee'd Off:[10] The loser on the 4-foot putt-off falls into the pool.[15]
  • Sweet Spot: The player tees off from a rapidly rotating platform toward another, less rapidly rotating platform where the hole is located. Several prop candies, like giant gumdrops, decorate the hole and act as obstacles.
  • Surf Or Turf:[16] Contestants hit a ball up a large concave wave ramp 30 feet into the air, launching it backwards over their heads to an island green. If the ball does not land and stay on the green, the contestant must hit the ball across a skinny walkway instead after a one-stroke penalty.[17]
  • Slip N' Putt: The contestants must make their way atop an icy hill. The first one to the top gets the better placed ball. Then, they must hit their ball through the legs of the polar bear and slide their way down the hill to the green to complete the hole.[18]
  • Log Roll: Contestants must putt up a hill and then climb it while avoiding rolling logs on rails.[10][19][12]
  • The Distractor: Contestants must try to sink a 15-foot putt with a distraction.
  • Mt. Holey Moley: Contestants must hit their ball up the side of a volcano into one of the crevasse holes. If they miss, their ball is placed far away and behind some rocks. If they place it in the holes, they get a better position—the smaller the hole, the better. They must then climb the volcano and zipline over the pool to land on a floating dock to reach the green; falling off the zipline and landing in the water will result in a one-stroke penalty.[3][20][12]

Episodes[edit]

Color key:

       Contestants went to a playoff to determine the winner
       Contestant won the episode

Episode 1: "Putt Up or Shut Up" (June 20)[edit]

Order Contestant 1 Contestant 2 Contestant 3 Hole Winner
Round 1
1.1 Julia Lew Jared Gustavsen N/A Dutch Courage Jared Gustavsen
1.2 Hailey Hunter Lauren Olaya N/A Slip N' Putt Hailey Hunter
1.3 Holly Fine Alex Mendoza N/A Caddy Smack Holly Fine
1.4 Shay Bennett Jabari Leonard N/A Arc de Trigolf Shay Bennett
1.5 Mariama Bonetti Rio Hawkins N/A Sweet Spot Mariama Bonetti
1.6 Scott Glauser Bob Jensen N/A Surf or Turf Bob Jensen
Round 2
2.1 Mariama Bonetti Shay Bennett N/A Log Roll Mariama Bonetti
2.2 Jared Gustavsen Bob Jensen N/A Tee'd Off Bob Jensen
2.3 Holly Fine Hailey Hunter N/A The Distractor Holly Fine
Round 3
3.1 Holly Fine Mariama Bonetti Bob Jensen Mt. Holey Moley Holly Fine
  • The Distractor - Kenny G playing the saxophone

Episode 2: "The Thunderdome of Mini Golf" (June 27)[edit]

Order Contestant 1 Contestant 2 Contestant 3 Hole Winner
Round 1
1.1 Evan Michael Robin Ventura N/A Slip N' Putt Robin Ventura
1.2 David Hodgen Alwin Pancho Scott N/A Arc de Trigolf David Hodgen
1.3 Jalleh Doty Simone Dyer N/A Sweet Spot Jalleh Doty
1.4 Scott Barr Jimmy Ruiz N/A Dutch Courage Jimmy Ruiz
1.5 Evan Rundgren Alejandra Schneider N/A Slip N' Putt Evan Rundgren
1.6 Sierra Marshall Morgan Reimler N/A Caddy Smack Morgan Reimler
Round 2
2.1 David Hodgen Jimmy Ruiz N/A The Distractor Jimmy Ruiz
2.2 Morgan Reimler Jalleh Doty N/A Log Roll Morgan Reimler
2.3 Robin Ventura Evan Rundgren N/A Tee'd Off Evan Rundgren
Round 3
3.1 Evan Rundgren Jimmy Ruiz Morgan Reimler Mt. Holey Moley Jimmy Ruiz
  • Title quotation from: Rob Riggle during the Slip 'N' Putt. Also, a reference to the 1985 post-apocalyptic film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome.
  • The Distractor - Drill Sargent Putton

Episode 3: "Leave the Golf to the Robots" (July 11)[edit]

Order Contestant 1 Contestant 2 Contestant 3 Hole Winner
Round 1
1.1 Ken Dickason Michael Glauser N/A Surf or Turf Ken Dickason
1.2 Nick Brucker Krystal Beyer N/A Slip N' Putt Nick Brucker
1.3 Valeria Brannen Craig Kirby N/A Arc de Trigolf Valeria Brannen
1.4 Mark Normand Stephen Kims N/A Sweet Spot Mark Normand
1.5 Sarah Cochrane Shelley Phillips N/A Tee'd Off Sarah Cochrane
1.6 Amandeep Singh Marlene Glass N/A Caddy Smack Amandeep Singh
Round 2
2.1 Sarah Cochrane Ken Dickason N/A The Distractor Sarah Cochrane
2.2 Valeria Branne Amandeep Singh N/A Log Roll Amandeep Singh
2.3 Nick Brucker Mark Normand N/A Tee'd Off Nick Brucker
Round 3
3.1 Sarah Cochrane Amandeep Singh Nick Brucker Mt. Holey Moley Nick Brucker
  • Title quotation from: Rob Riggle as the Robot while he talks smack to Stephen Curry in Caddy Smack.
  • The Distractor - A pair of contortionists

Episode 4: "The Greatest Show on Turf" (July 18)[edit]

Order Contestant 1 Contestant 2 Contestant 3 Hole Winner
Round 1
1.1 Maiya Tanaka Alison Bock N/A Arc de Trigolf Alison Bock
1.2 Reiley McClendon Cody Medler N/A Caddy Smack Reiley McClendon
1.3 Michael Koch Charlie Harris N/A Dutch Courage Michael Koch
1.4 Mick Cullen Jessie Keller N/A Surf or Turf Mick Cullen
1.5 Margot Chappell Clint Foster N/A Sweet Spot Margot Chappell
1.6 Catarina Rocha Chad Bennett N/A Slip N' Putt Catarina Rocha
Round 2
2.1 Alison Bock Reiley McClendon N/A Log Roll Alison Bock
2.2 Margot Chappell Catarina Rocha N/A The Distractor Catarina Rocha
2.3 Mick Cullen Michael Koch N/A Tee'd Off Mick Cullen
Round 3
3.1 Alison Bock Catarina Rocha Mick Cullen Mt. Holey Moley Mick Cullen

Episode 5: "An Outbreak of Ginger Fever" (July 25)[edit]

Order Contestant 1 Contestant 2 Contestant 3 Hole Winner
Round 1
1.1 Eddie Vinson Me'Tra Dee Carter N/A Tee'd Off Eddie Vinson
1.2 Brandy Zapata Juliet Fessel N/A Dutch Courage Brandy Zapata
1.3 Celia Milius Dianne Cullen N/A Caddy Smack Dianne Cullen
1.4 Kevin Grant Allan Vega N/A Arc de Trigolf Kevin Grant
1.5 Pat Sheridan Madison Kaiser N/A Slip N' Putt Pat Sheridan
1.6 Sadie Lindner Tanner Zingleman N/A Surf or Turf Tanner Zingleman
Round 2
2.1 Pat Sheridan Dianne Cullen N/A The Distractor Dianne Cullen
2.2 Kevin Grant Eddie Vinson N/A Log Roll Eddie Vinson
2.3 Tanner Zingleman Brandy Zapata N/A Tee'd Off Brandy Zapata
Round 3
3.1 Eddie Vinson Brandy Zapata Dianne Cullen Mt. Holey Moley Dianne Cullen
  • Note: Dianne Cullen is the mother of Episode 4 winner Mick Cullen, meaning a mother/son duo won consecutive episodes of the show.
  • The Distractor - Paparazzi

Episode 6: "Never Count Out the Beard" (August 1)[edit]

Order Contestant 1 Contestant 2 Contestant 3 Hole Winner
Round 1
1.1 Joe DePrima Matthew Gebhard N/A Surf or Turf Matthew Gebhard
1.2 Alexis Tourdot Drew Gannon N/A Tee'd Off Alexis Tourdot
1.3 Allison Smith Colin McCarthy N/A Dutch Courage Colin McCarthy
1.4 Robin Aikens Jerica Noble N/A Caddy Smack Robin Aikens
1.5 Nina Palomba Jackson Patterson N/A Sweet Spot Nina Palomba
1.6 Joni Parent (walkover) N/A Dutch Courage Joni Parent
Round 2
2.1 Joni Parent Nina Palomba N/A The Distractor Joni Parent
2.2 Alexis Tourdot Robin Aikens N/A Log Roll Alexis Tourdot
2.3 Matthew Gebhard Colin McCarthy N/A Tee'd Off Colin McCarthy
Round 3
3.1 Alexis Tourdot Joni Parent Colin McCarthy Mt. Holey Moley Colin McCarthy
  • The Distractor - A mime

Episode 7: "It's Like Playing Golf in Space" (August 8)[edit]

Order Contestant 1 Contestant 2 Contestant 3 Hole Winner
Round 1
1.1 Katherine Bottoms John Lepak N/A Dutch Courage John Lepak
1.2 Courtney Rice Lam Le N/A Caddy Smack Lam Le
1.3 Tom Loftus Jordan Rubin N/A Surf or Turf Tom Loftus
1.4 Carlos Graham Seshia-lei Telles N/A Tee'd Off Carlos Graham
1.5 Laurel Gill Pam Murray N/A Slip N' Putt Laurel Gill
1.6 Jeffrey Barber Jenielle Rowe N/A Sweet Spot Jeffrey Barber
Round 2
2.1 Laurel Gill Lam Le N/A The Distractor Laurel Gill
2.2 John Lepak Tom Loftus N/A Tee'd Off John Lepak
2.3 Jeffrey Barber Carlos Graham N/A Log Roll Jeffrey Barber
Round 3
3.1 Jeffrey Barber John Lepak Laurel Gill Mt. Holey Moley Jeffrey Barber
  • Note: Jeffrey Barber fell into the pool trying to zipline to the landing pad, but he was not given a stroke penalty due an equipment failure resulting in a broken handle of the zipline.
  • The Distractor - Rope Jumpers

Episode 8: "Everyone can be Terrible!" (August 15)[edit]

Order Contestant 1 Contestant 2 Contestant 3 Hole Winner
Round 1
1.1 Chris Pomaski Micah Burke N/A Arc de Trigolf Micah Burke
1.2 Mollie Peterson Ruthie Austin N/A Dutch Courage Mollie Peterson
1.3 Keegan Sullivan Will Lowery N/A Surf or Turf Keegan Sullivan
1.4 Stephon Alford Michael DiNardo N/A Arc de Trigolf Stephon Alford
1.5 Kayla Grey Commonesha Whitworth N/A Slip N' Putt Kayla Grey
1.6 Stephanie Miller Adam Johnson N/A Caddy Smack Stephanie Miller
Round 2
2.1 Stephanie Miller Keegan Sullivan N/A The Distractor Keegan Sullivan
2.2 Stephon Alford Micah Burke N/A Log Roll Stephon Alford
2.3 Mollie Peterson Kayla Grey N/A Tee'd Off Mollie Peterson
Round 3
3.1 Mollie Peterson Stephon Alford Keegan Sullivan Mt. Holey Moley Mollie Peterson
  • Note: Chris Pomaski accidentally tapped the ball and was given one stroke.
  • The Distractor - Beach Party Dancers

Episode 9: "Mother-Putter!" (August 22)[edit]

Order Contestant 1 Contestant 2 Contestant 3 Hole Winner
Round 1
1.1 Brooke Sebold Monique Akioyame N/A Dutch Courage Brooke Sebold
1.2 Erika Horgan Zak Chaouki N/A Tee'd Off Zak Chaouki
1.3 Stephanie Langnas Malcolm Kelner N/A Slip N' Putt Malcolm Kelner
1.4 Eric Chiang Eric Fluty N/A Arc De Trigolf Eric Chiang
1.5 Robin Schwartzman Javon Mabon N/A Dutch Courage Robin Schwartzman
1.6 Sonny Shackelford Chris Paseka N/A Caddy Smack Chris Paseka
Round 2
2.1 Eric Chiang Chris Paseka N/A Log Roll Chris Paseka
2.2 Zak Chaouki Brooke Sebold N/A The Distractor Brooke Sebold
2.3 Malcolm Kelner Robin Schwartzman N/A Tee'd Off Malcolm Kelner
Round 3
3.1 Malcolm Kelner Brooke Sebold Chris Paseka Mt. Holey Moley Malcolm Kelner

Episode 10: "Power of the Fanny Pack" (August 22)[edit]

Order Contestant 1 Contestant 2 Contestant 3 Hole Winner
Round 1
1.1 Clark Wilmoth Bob Canavaugh N/A Arc De Trigolf Clark Wilmoth
1.2 Mike Nguyen Steve Kristof N/A Slip N' Putt Steve Kristof
1.3 Lorissa Violet Jataun Gilbert N/A Dutch Courage Jataun Gilbert
1.4 Steven Burke Shirley Walker Yeager N/A Arc De Trigolf Shirley Walker Yeager
1.5 Randy Rice Justin Danzansky N/A Surf or Turf Justin Danzansky
1.6 Teneisha Campbell Precious Allen N/A Caddy Smack Precious Allen
Round 2
2.1 Shirley Walker Yeager Precious Allen N/A Log Roll Precious Allen
2.2 Steve Kristof Justin Danzansky N/A Tee'd Off Steve Kristof
2.3 Clark Wilmoth Jataun Gilbert N/A The Distractor Clark Wilmoth
Round 3
3.1 Precious Allen Clark Wilmoth Steve Kristof Mt. Holey Moley Steve Kristof
  • The Distractor - A fire breathing pirate

Release[edit]

The first season premiered on June 20, 2019,[21] and consisted of 10 episodes.[3] Global acquired the broadcast rights for Canada, and began simulcasting the series alongside the US broadcast on June 27, 2019.[22]

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported a 90% approval rating with an average score of 6/10, based on 10 reviews. The website's consensus reads, "A fun, family-friend show that benefits greatly from its hyperbolic hosts, Holey Moley is a delightful summer diversion."[23]

Ratings[edit]

No. Title Air date Rating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "Putt Up or Shut Up" June 20, 2019 1.0/6 4.87[24] 0.4 1.04 1.4 5.91[25]
2 "The Thunderdome of Mini Golf" June 27, 2019 0.9/5 4.31[26] 0.2 0.57 1.1 4.88[27]
3 "Leave the Golf to the Robots" July 11, 2019 0.9/5 3.96[28] 0.2 0.59 1.0 4.55[29]
4 "The Greatest Show on Turf" July 18, 2019 0.8/4 3.16[30] 0.1 0.49 0.9 3.65[31]
5 "An Outbreak of Ginger Fever" July 25, 2019 0.7/4 3.28[32] 0.2 0.51 0.9 3.80[33]
6 "Never Count Out the Beard" August 1, 2019 0.8/4 3.19[34] 0.2 0.43 0.9 3.62[35]
7 "It's Like Playing Golf in Space" August 8, 2019 0.8/3 2.29[36] 0.2 0.48 0.9 3.81[37]
8 "Everyone Can Be Terrible!" August 15, 2019 0.5/3 2.39[38] 0.1 0.37 0.6 2.75[39]
9 "Mother-Putter!" August 22, 2019 0.6/3 2.65[40] 0.1 0.31 0.8 2.84[41]
10 "Power of the Fanny Pack" August 22, 2019 0.5/3 2.06[40] 0.1 0.35 0.8 2.39[41]

Accolades[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2019 Rose d'Or Studio Entertainment Holey Moley Nominated [42]
2020 Realscreen Awards Best New Format Holey Moley Won [43]

International adaptation[edit]

In October 2019, Australia's Seven Network announced it would be adapting the series for Australian audiences in 2020, produced by Eureka Production.[44][45] The adaptation had the working title of Mega Mini Golf, as "Holey Moley" was already the name of a themed restaurant chain in Australia.[46] It is planned to film using an expanded version of the US course.[46] In February 2020, Seven had secured the rights to the name Holey Moley and announced professional golfer Greg Norman will be the series Resident Golf Pro, with commentators Rob Riggle (US Holey Moley commentator) and Brian ‘BT’ Taylor (AFL commentator) and Olympia Valance the sideline reporter.[47][48][49]

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