An epic battle between Don Donatello and Kip Henley took place in the final "Big Break II" episode. Only one man emerged to claim the championship, the Nationwide Tour exemptions and other goodies.
And that man was Kip Henley. Donatello had a 20-foot putt on the 18th hole of the match to win, but missed. Henley made a 4-footer to force extra holes. They matched scores on the first extra hole, then Henley won with Donatello's 8-foot par putt on the 20th hole stopped on the edge of the cup.
Skills Challenges We'd Like to See
Hitting a golf ball through a pane of glass? Hey, we did that just last week! Here are some skills challenges we'd like to see, ones that really test the mettle of golfers in real-life situations. Like, for example, the Slow Playing Drunks Challenge.
Justin Peters on Life after "The Big Break"
Justin Peters, winner of the inaugural "Big Break," talks about what "Big Break II" contestants can expect once the series hits the airwaves in this special report for About.com Golf.
"Big Break II" Promises More Sizzle
When "The Big Break II" tees off in late September, it will do so with bigger prizes, a glitzier location and golfers with plenty of professional experience. Get a preview of the next installment of The Golf Channel's reality TV series.