Entertainment Sports ABC Will Soon Air a Mini-Golf Competition Series — with Steph Curry Signed on as Resident Pro Holey Moley will also feature Rob Riggle, Joe Tessitore and Jeannie Mai By Rachel DeSantis Published on April 4, 2019 01:26 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Lachlan Cunningham/Getty NBA star Stephen Curry is trading his three-pointers for putters. The Golden State Warriors point guard is teaming up with ABC for an all-new competition series called Holey Moley, which will pit mini-golf lovers against each other on an “epic obstacle golf course,” the network announced Wednesday. 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. At the end, three finalists will tackle Mt. Holey Moley for a chance at $25,000, a “Golden Putter” trophy and a special plaid jacket. RELATED VIDEO: Stephen Curry’s Daughter Riley Steals the Show in the Premiere Episode of ‘Say Yes to the Dress’ Jimmy Fallon Got Steph Curry to Drop 3 Ridiculous Phrases in His All-Star Game Interviews Curry, 31, will serve as both executive producer and resident golf pro. He’ll also have some help from comedian and actor Rob Riggle, who will provide color commentary, Monday Night Football’s Joe Tessitore, who will cover the play-by-play, and The Real’s Jeannie Mai, who is on hand as sideline correspondent. Holey Moley will also include various celebrity guest appearances. Steph Curry Says He Gets His ‘Grit’ and ‘Competitiveness’ from His Mom: She Is ‘So Fierce’ “Everyone has a favorite memory of playing miniature golf, whether it was as a child with your family, with a group of friends as a teenager, or on an awkward first date,” Rob Mills, SVP alternative series, specials and late night at ABC Entertainment, said in a press release. “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.” ABC will air the show in collaboration with Unanimous Media, the company Curry co-founded in 2018. The show is set to begin production this month, though no air date has been released.