Our Hole-In-One Insurance Program is
Backed by the Best in the Business
Hole In One International is proud to be underwritten by Everest National Insurance Company, which is part of Everest Re Group, Ltd. Insurance Group, one of the top 10 insurers/reinsurers worldwide.
The Everest Re Group, Ltd. Insurance Group is "A+" Rated by A.M. Best underwriting the world's leading insurance rating agency. This made Everest National Insurance Company
the logical choice to underwrite our hole in one insurance program.
Who We Are
Hole In One International is a full-service promotions company and purchasing group operating pursuant to the Liability Risk Retention Act of 1986. We are owned, operated, and staffed by golf enthusiasts.
The game has been an influential part of all of our lives. Our experience with golf runs the gamut from competing successfully at the amateur and professional levels to developing the nation's most
successful golf tournament promotions company.
We've taken our extensive knowledge and affection for the game, combined it with business know-how and A-Rated underwriting to offer the best hole-in-one insurance program in the business with service that's second to none.
As a founding shareholder, Kirk Triplett not only represents Hole In One International's hole in one insurance program on the Champions Tour, but in the board room as well.
Golf is a Game of Integrity
We guarantee your satisfaction. Out of respect for the game and our clients, we will cheerfully refund the entire amount of your hole in one insurance contract fee, prior to your event, if at any time we don't meet your expectations. We will also amend your hole-in-one insurance coverage to an alternate date in the event of rain.
According to his peers, good fortune smiles on Jerry Moore each and every time he tees it up at World Golf Teachers Federation events.
During the 2011 United States Golf Teachers Cup, Moore, aged 71, not only carded his 13th hole in one, he also won a brand new 2012 Sonata, courtesy of Hyundai Motors, and paid for by Hole In One International.
According to Rose Jeon with Hyundai Motors, the company thought it would be a "good fit" to sponsor a hole in one contest at the USGTF event. As luck would have it, purchasing hole-in-one insurance turned out to be a very smart investment.
Moore, who is a Super Senior from Raritan, New Jersey, won the car after he aced the 180-yard 11th hole on the Panther Lake Course at the Orange County National Golf Center with a 4-iron. According to Tournament Director Mark Harman, Moore was the tournament’s first big hole in one prize winner.
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