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A competition where precision shotmaking meets intense strategy. Nine co-ed teams of two will pair up in head-to-head challenges that will test skill, distance and control.

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aired 393 days ago
Head-to-head competition for the championship.
aired 393 days ago
Teams face off in head to head match play with three teams moving on to the finale.
aired 393 days ago
A competition where precision shotmaking meets intense strategy.The five remaining co-ed teams look to earn their spot in the final four.
aired 393 days ago
With only six teams remaining, the contestants are starting to feel the pressure at Topgolf Las Vegas. Round 4 tests accuracy like never before and contestants are learning that feet, and inches, matter.
aired 393 days ago
A competition where precision shotmaking meets intense strategy. The seven remaining co-ed teams of two compete in a head-to-head challenge that puts teamwork to the ultimate test.
aired 393 days ago
A competition where precision shotmaking meets intense strategy. Eight co-ed teams of two remain in these head-to-head challenges that will test skill, distance and control.
aired 393 days ago
The premiere of this new competition begins with nine co-ed teams having to combine power and precision in a battle for over $100,000 in cash and prizes. The featured Main Game truly tests touch, feel, distance control, accuracy, and nerve.

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