Pullman, Wash. – Talk about a winning college golf fundraiser! Hunter Hughes recently won $10,000, courtesy of Flatstick Pub and paid for by Hole In One International, during the Washington State University CougsFirst! QB Classic at Palouse Ridge Golf Club.
Hughes qualified to take the 50-foot putt after he came closest to the hole during tournament play. Adding to the fun, one of the WSU play-by-play callers was a witness who not only called the shot, but captured the moment (and post-putt celebration) on his cellphone.
The WSU QB Classic is a college golf fundraiser that gives participants the chance to play with former Washington State QBs as well as network with CougsFirst! sponsors.
Want to give your tournament participants a reason to celebrate? Looking for other creative ways to engage donors at your college golf fundraiser? To learn more about adding a big prize putting contest to your event, email or give us a call today at 800-827-2249 or swing by our website and get a complimentary, instant quote.
Now that golf season is in full-swing, the number of fundraising golf tournaments starts to rise – and that means increased competition for both sponsors and attendees! One way to pump up your event? Offer the chance to win free food and fuel with a putting contest. Read more about putting contests featuring free gas …
San Andres Cholula, Pue., Mexico – No matter what language you speak, you’re going to appreciate this prize-winning ace maker! Benjamin Martinez recently won a $130,000 Cadillac Escalade, paid for by Hole In One International, during the XXII Torneo de Golf Aniversario at the La Vista Country Club.
Martinez won the vehicle, worth a whopping 2.3 million pesos, after he aced the 190-yard, 17th Hole with an 8 iron. Additional hole in one prizes included a Lamborghini Urus and a Rolex. Martinez was one of the 220 top amateur golfers in Mexico who participated in the event.
Surely you all remember our lucky hole in one winner, Janice Campbell. If you’ve forgotten (or in case you simply haven’t heard), Campbell won a $45,000 Mercedes-Benz C300 at the Patty Sheehan & Friends LPGA tournament in Reno earlier this month. Good news: we now have interview footage to share with you all! We hope you’ll all enjoy this video, in which Campbell shares her story about her about her amazing ace!
So you’ve already received the necessary paperwork for your Million Dollar Shootout quote, right? Excellent! Then you only have a few things left to worry about – the “3 key requirements!”
Be sure to make your payment prior to the date of your event. Visa, MasterCard and American Express are all accepted methods of payment. You can even write us a check, so long as it’s postmarked by the U.S. Post Office at least one day prior to the event. Please note that we will not accept any checks that are postmarked the day of the event or after.
Because of the high value of the prize, you will need to provide two (2) witnesses over the age of 21, not participating in the event, one of which is a certified PGA Professional. You will also need to provide a continuous, unedited video tape from behind the green of all shots taken.
The yardage of the hole must be measured from the hitting area on the tee box to the hole cut on the green. Be sure this figure is not lower than what you have written on your application and that it meets our minimum requirement of 135 yards.
If you’re unsure about any rules or regulations, shoot us an email or go ahead and give us a call at 800-827-2249. One of our Customer Service Representatives would be happy to answer any questions you may have.
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