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Altered Course Montego Bay Season Finale, Monday at 9 p.m. ET

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More than $100,000 in Cash and Prizes on the Line for the Winning Team in Golf Channel’s Reality Competition Series 

VIDEO: Finale Preview

Series Website: Altered Course Montego Bay

In a season that started with eight teams, Golf Channel’s Altered Course Montego Bay reality competition series has narrowed the field to the final two teams – The Twins (Anthony and Nick Capra, Advance, N.C.), and The Texas Hustlers (Neal Williams, Arlington, Texas and Chris Garcia, Austin, Texas) – who will face off on the season finale, Monday, Aug. 3 at 9 p.m. ET.

The two teams will compete for a grand prize package worth more than $100,000 in cash and prizes, including:

  • $15,000 in cash from Skechers GO GOLF and Skechers footwear for life.
  • $10,000 in cash from MusclePharm and a trip to MusclePharm’s Sports Science Institute.
  • A five-day, four-night stay at any Hyatt Zilara or Hyatt Ziva all-inclusive resort.
  • Free golf for life from GolfNow
  • $25,000 in cash


The Twins

Anthony and Nick Capra (23, Advance, N.C.) – Twin brothers and recent graduates from the Professional Golf Management program at North Carolina State University, Anthony and Nick Capra are exactly alike and completely different at the same time. Both took up golf at the same time as kids, and know each other’s games inside and out. 

Texas Hustlers

Chris Garcia (33, Austin, Texas) and Neal Williams (35, Arlington, Texas) – Best friends who met on the golf course, Garcia and Williams come from two different backgrounds and have overcome incredible odds off the golf course.

SERIES FORMAT: Taking place in Montego Bay, Jamaica and presented by the all-new Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall and Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall Resort, Altered Course Montego Bay is a tournament-style competition series where the traditional golf course layout does not apply. The series requires teams to navigate re-imagined golf holes in excess of 700 yards all the while traversing natural obstacles they encounter along the way. 

The series featured eight two-person teams racing against the clock as they take on the twists and turns of these extreme golf holes. One Altered Course hole can incorporate upwards of three traditional golf holes, with the teams competing in a variety of formats, including alternate-shot and two-man scramble. Teams are scored on a combination of strokes and the time it takes them to complete the hole. Weekly eliminations on the series leave two teams competing for the grand prize of more than $100,000 in cash and prizes on Monday’s finale.

HOST COURSES: Altered Course’s inaugural season takes place in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Filming commenced in February at the all-new Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall and Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall Resort, with the competition staged at two of Montego Bay’s premier courses, White Witch and Cinnamon Hill.

SERIES HOST: NBC Sports pit reporter for the Red Bull Global RallyCross series, Kristen Kenney hosted the inaugural season of Altered Course.