Last night on Holey Moley’s premiere episode, 23-year-old pro golfer Montana Strauss sunk a stunning hole in one on the final obstacle, claiming victory and the coveted Holey Moley plaid jacket and golden putter.
The win secured Montana the first spot in the Holey Moley Grand Final and a shot at $100,000 in prize money on Greg Norman’s top-secret Tomb of Nefer-Tee-Tee.
Montana edged out former pro golfer, James Carr, and interior designer, Danielle Murray, on the night’s final hole, Fowl Play, leaving her opponents coated in chicken feathers.
In one of the biggest upsets, Australia’s #1 women’s mini golf champion, Collette Norton, bowed out of the competition after falling short on The Distractor. The dulcet tones of Joe Dolce’s iconic serenade, Shaddap You Face, proved too much for Collette, who failed to sink the 12-foot putt.
Montana, who won the Australian Junior Open at the age of 15, is the first of Holey Moley’s talented golfers to win a place on the hallowed winners’ wall.
“I ticked off my goal of getting the green jacket, which is awesome, and now my next goal is to get the $100,000. I’ve just got my mind on that, and I’m super excited.”
Who will join Montana on the winners’ wall? Find out tonight as Holey Moley returns with eight new contenders going head-to-head as they take on all-new holes Surf ‘N Turf and Putter Ducky.