According to the online golf tips magazine, the tentative title of the show is Big Break Biggest Loser, and will include a number of golf skills tests, along with the usual human intrigue, bad sportsmanship and back stabbing.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) November 20, 2011
A new reality show loosely based on elements from golf’s Big Break with ratings juggernaut Biggest Loser is currently being pitched to producers, according to golfersadvice.com.
“That’s what industry insiders are telling us is on the drawing board for 2011,” said Joe Brown, senior golf writer for golfersadvice.com, a popular online golf tips magazine. “Whether anything will ultimately come of it is anybody’s guess, though the concept is intriguing to say the least. Brown says that rumors of the new golf cable show have been swirling around Hollywood since March, and is slated to feature 12 talented amateur golfers who will compete for cash, prizes and tournament exemptions, much as players do in the current reality show – with one significant twist.
That twist, according to Brown, is that this group of golfers will also be vying for the most weight loss (by percentage) during the show, in addition to having to compete against each other on the golf course. “We haven’t confirmed this, but it’s makes sense that golfers would be chosen not only for their golfing skills, and ‘on camera’ personalities, but also because each has endured challenging weight struggles in the past that may have held them back in reaching their full potentials as golfers.”
According to the online golf tips magazine, the tentative title of the show is Big Break Biggest Loser, and will include a number of golf skills tests, along with the usual human intrigue, bad sportsmanship, back stabbing, in-fighting and spirited competition on and off the course that is the key to any successful reality TV show.
“What were hearing, but have not confirmed, is that as participants are competing on the course, they will also be competing off the course in the weight loss department,” said Brown, who says he’s struggled with his weight for years, which has definitely impacted his play. “The show’s participants will also be engaging in a wide range of golf-centric exercises, supervised by a certified fitness instructors, before and after their rounds. We have no idea exactly how the weight loss component will factor into the scoring, but it will probably result in player immunities and other incentives.
Brown says the show will also feature health experts, doctors, and fitness experts from a number of online golf tips magazine titles who will work with contestants, while helping to educate the public on the value of losing weight to feel better, look better and improve their game. “I would hope, however, the they go lightly on the education portion of the show, and focus on just allowing the players be the heroes and villains we love to root for, and against.”
The online golf tips magazine says any updates to these Hollywood rumors will be reported at http://golfersadvice.com/197/golf-tips-magazine.html, where people can also find a wide range of free instructional videos, eBooks and free downloadable golf tips magazine articles.