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Seven offers a first look at the HOLEY MOLEY course

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They will come from across Australia to take on the most epic obstacle mini golf course ever created, but only a new breed of contender will survive this competition.

The country’s most skilled and passionate golfers will battle for supremacy on insane, supersized mini golf holes.

Towering windmills, fire-breathing dragons, shark-infested lagoons and a giant sausage – it’s the course that has everything. No inch of astroturf has been left unturned in creating this unmatched test of precision putting and stamina.

Holey Moley stars Greg Norman, Sonia Kruger, Rob Riggle and Matt Shirvington.

“I’ve played the world’s greatest golf courses – St Andrews, Augusta – but they’re nothing compared to this. Being named Holey Moley’s Resident Pro is without a doubt the biggest moment of my career,”

– said golfing icon and two-time Open Championships winner Greg Norman.

Rob Riggle added:

“This is set to be the most challenging, high-flying, electrifying new show on the planet!”

Holey Moley – Coming soon to Channel 7 and 7plus

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