In an emotional final episode where a member of their opposing team was rushed to the hospital, Orlando’s Rob and Charlotte Campbell arrived at the finish line in Key West and were crowned champions of GOLF CHANNEL’s Highway 18 reality series. As a result of their victory, the Campbells earned more $100,000 in cash and prizes, which includes: $50,000 in cash, $50,000 in travel credit from Orbitz.com, a year’s supply of Titleist Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf balls, and a new set of Titleist AP1 or AP2 irons.
Tonight on Highway 18, the contestants join the many PGA Tour professionals that have stared down the fabled Blue Monster at Doral. Those left standing, will head south to play a match in Marathon Key, where some will advance and others will be eliminated.
With three of the four remaining teams on the verge of elimination, Jameica Duncombe had difficulty at the par-3 challenge at Trump International Golf Club on Tuesday’s Highway 18. Jameica Duncombe and partner Raul Cendoya crossed the finish line in last place, becoming the second team eliminated from the series.
There were episode twists,accusations and violationson Tuesdays episode of Highway 18.
On Highway 18, halfway through the series, the teams are beginning to wear down and the emotions are running high.
Tonight on Highway 18, the contestants visit Golf Channel studios to host aGolf Central highlight package.
Andy Crain and Parker King fell behind this past Tuesday on Highway 18, making them the third team to move one step closer to elimination.
Last week on Highway 18, Cendoya and Duncombe finished first keeping them safe from elimination this weekand allowing them agreat opportunityto watch the Challenges from the sidelines.
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Tuesday’s episode of Highway 18 had more twists and turns than a mountain road.