Manchester, Conn — Congratulations to Brian Czak of Simsbury who recently took home $10,000, courtesy of Allied Printing Services, and paid for by Hole In One International.
Czak won the prize during the 15th Annual Allied Printing Charitable Foundation Golf Tournament which was held at the Tunxis Country Club. He made his prize-winning ace on the Green Course’s 172-yard Hole 8 with a 9 iron. It was Czak’s first hole in one.
According to Tournament Organizer Patrick Dorsey, who has been running the event for the past 11 years, “I cannot thank Hole in One International enough for being a great partner providing a lot of excitement and fun for a reasonable price … From registration to our claim processing it was as user-friendly as possible.”
Established in 2008, the Annual Allied Foundation Golf Tournament benefits the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, Cushing Academy, Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation, and the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City.
Congratulations to Patrick Gavin who recently won $10,000 courtesy of F&M Bank and paid for by Hole In One International. Gavin won the big bucks after he aced the 155-yard Hole 2 at the Soangetaha Country Club with an 8 iron during the 30th Annual Galesburg Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament. It was Gavin’s first hole in one.
Gavin was awarded his prize by the president of F&M Bank, Mike Holloway. Cheri Hosteng, with Bullis & Sundberg Insurance Services / Arachas Group, LLC, the organization that secured the hole in one coverage on behalf of the bank.
Sponsoring a large hole in one prize at a chamber golf event is a great way to increase your organization’s visibility, network with tournament participants, build connections and establish yourself as an active member of your local business community
Burlington, Wash. — Who says 13 is unlucky? Tom Gardner, who recently won $10,000 at Skagit Golf & Country Club (SG&CC) probably wouldn’t. The reason? Gardner collected the big bucks, paid for by Hole In One International, after he aced the 170-yard, 13th hole with a 3-wood. According to witnesses, the ball flew over a pond, landed on the front of the green, and rolled right into the cup. While this was Gardner’s second hole in one, it was the first time he had ever won a hole in one prize. The Skagit Open has been in existence since 1979. The $10K hole in one prize was sponsored by the SG&CC Men’s Club.
Planning a tournament in the coming months? Capture more players – and sponsor dollars – by adding a hole in one contest to your event for as little as $180. To learn more and to get an instant free quote, swing by our website, www.holeinoneinternational.com. Or, give us a call today at 800-827-2249.
Manchester, Tenn. — Congratulations to Samuel Prater who recently won $10,000 in a hole in one contest sponsored by First Bank, and paid for by Hole In One International.
Damp weather didn’t dampen the turn out or anyone’s spirits during this year’s Manchester Chamber Golf Classic where Samuel Prater won $10,000 after he aced the 165-yard, Hole 17 at the Willowbrook Course with a 9-iron.
While Prater was surely delighted with his amazing hole in one prize – which he won despite the fact that it was raining – he was probably also wishing it had taken place on Hole 9… because that’s the hole where Sherrill Pest Control was sponsoring a Million-Dollar Shootout.
Did you know for as little as $190, you can turn your current event into a million-dollar attention-grabber that will not only help you stand out on social media but will make those pre-tournament press releases pop!
Here’s just a few ways you can incorporate a million-dollar shootout:
SELL RAFFLE TICKETS before and during your event and draw a lucky golfer’s name for the chance to swing for a million.
RUN A CLOSEST TO THE PIN CONTEST and give the winner a chance to swing for a million on the 18th.
ANYTHING YOU CAN DREAM OF such as choosing a contestant from an elite sponsor or a putting contest. Then set up a 165+ yard teeing area and get ready for some serious excitement.
To learn more about incorporating a Million-Dollar Shootout into your event give us a call today at 800-827-2249.
Las Vegas, Nev. — Congratulations to Luke Saari who recently won $30,000, courtesy of Onset Financial, and paid for by Hole In One International.
Saari won the big bucks, which were paid out in just 10 days, after he aced the 165-yard, Hole 2 with a 7 iron at The Wynn Las Vegas during the 6th Onset Invitational. While this was Saari’s 3rd (yes, 3rd) hole-in-one, it was the first time he’d ever won a prize! It was also the 3rd time this charity event, which benefits the Utah Food Bank, was held at The Wynn.