September 05, 2008 02:00 PM by Paulene Hinds
There were episode twists,accusations and violationson Tuesdays episode of Highway 18.
Tuesday’s episode began with a trivia challenge at Treasure Island on the Gulf Coast. Teams had to answer two questions correctly about past experiences in the series before advancing with a pair of hickory golf clubs to Bellair Country Club, the oldest golf club in Florida.
At Bellair Country Club, the teams had to complete a 30 yard chip in two shots or better using the hickory clubs they were given.
With three teams completing the challenge and moving on, the Campbells and Korzack and Davis struggled, taking 15 and 18 attempts, respectively, before advancing.
Upon arrival at Sara Bay, four of the five teams battled it out in Match Play, with the Campbells sitting out the challenge by arriving last thus placing them in jeopardy of elimination.
Team Reynolds and Cendoya and Duncombe won their opening matches, setting up the dramatic finishing match with the Reynolds on the par-3 eighth hole.
Cendoya and Duncombe finished first in the episode by defeating Ashley Davis and Ashley Korzack (Toronto, Ont.), followed by Jay and Peach Reynolds (Austin, Texas) via a USGA rules violation in Match Play competition.
While studying his par putt, Peach Reynolds grounded his putter in the line between his ball and the hole, a rules violation resulting in Cendoya and Duncombe’s victory. They will be safe from elimination in next week’s episode and will once again sit out the challenges.
Photo credit: The Golf Channel