Mojo 6 featuring top LPGA Tour Players to Air on CBS this Weekend

Want to see what Raceway Golf™ is all about?

Then head on over to CBS at 2PM EDT this weekend and check out the Mojo 6 broadcast (

The hotly debated new format, which tests the limits of the world’s best athletes through a faster, shorter, more cutthroat type of competition, proved to be everything it set out to be, and more, as 16 elite players battled for their share of the $1 million purse.

Taped in April and airing as two one-hour programs on Saturday and Sunday (May 1 and 2), the new format pitted 16 of the top LPGA players against each other in a series of six-hole matches.   The head-to-head match-ups proved successful as friendships were laid to rest and the intense competitors took the gloves off to call out their opponents, an unusual spin, that added extra heat to the tournament.

“I love this format, it’s really challenging, fun and you just never know what’s coming,” said Christina Kim, who made it to the second day.  “I think this is the best entertainment women’s golf has seen in a while.  The format changes everything, the buzz among players and fans alike is high, and the head-to-head competition is even higher. ”

“The Mojo 6 was suspenseful, intense and really captivating for the fans,” noted LPGA star and Mojo 6 and CBS commentator, Paula Creamer.  “The action was non-stop.  If player and fan endorsements are any indicator, Raceway Golf is here to stay.  I am already looking forward to the next one.”

Day One of the two-day tournament was highlighted by LPGA-ranked veterans trying to prey on rookies and amateurs in the hopes of racking up points to secure their spot in the final group of eight that advanced to round two.

You can learn more in this promotional video.


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