Everyone knows that Stephen Curry has game with a basketball in his hand but golf fans also know that he can handle himself with a club as well.
The two-time MVP has partnered with ABC for a new mini-golf competition TV show called, and I can not tell you how happy I am to inform you this is the real name, "Holey Moley", as reported on Wednesday by Variety.
"Hangover" star Rob Riggle will provide color commentary, ABC and ESPN sportscaster Joe Tessitore will serve as the play-by-play announcer, and "The Real" co-host Jeannie Mai will be a sideline correspondent.
Each of the show's 10 episodes will feature 12 contestants putting their best putt forward on a larger-than-life course with supersized holes.
The participants will compete in three rounds per episode, concluding with the three finalists playing something called "Mt". "Take that feeling, add high stakes competition and out-of-this-world challenges, and we have no doubt Holey Moley will stand alongside other golf classics like Caddyshack, Happy Gilmore and The Legend of Bagger Vance".
Ultimately, one victor per episode will take home the US$25,000 prize, along with a plaid jacket and trophy.
"Uniquely themed holes will be featured every week, along with special celebrity guest appearances and other surprises along the way", ABC says.
The series, created and produced by Eureka Productions and Curry's Unanimous Media, begins production this month in California. "We aim to use entertainment as a vehicle to bring families together, and this show will surely bring laughter and enjoyment to households around the country".
ABC will air the show in collaboration with Unanimous Media, the company Curry co-founded in 2018.