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Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry speaks at a news conference after the Toronto Raptors defeated the Warriors in Game 6 of basketball's NBA Finals in Oakland, Calif., Thursday, June 13, 2019.

SALT LAKE CITY — Steph Curry watched his NBA season come to an end Thursday night when his Golden State Warriors lost to theToronto Raptors.

But Curry’s return to network television begins on June 20.

Curry will produce and star in the new mini-golf series “Holey Moley,” which was first announced back in April, according to Variety.

The first season will have 10 episodes.

On the show, 12 contestants will play miniature golf — with a twist. The holes will be supersized and include major obstacles that you won’t see over at the local mini-golf locale.

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Each episode includes three rounds of golf. The finalists will battle it out in the finale in a three-way battle. There will be one winner per episode, who will win $25,000, a trophy, and a game-specific plaid jacket.

Celebrity guests are expected to appear on the show, too.

According to NBC Sports, Curry will appear on the show as a golf professional. It’s possible his teammate, Andre Iguodala, will also appear since he is a fan of golf, too.

Similar: Ayesha Curry announced on Instagram this week that her new show “Family Food Fight” will launch on the Food Network on June 20 as well.