Mount Pleasant, Penn. – Congratulations to hole in one winner Cole Beasley of Pittsburg who recently won a two-year lease on a 2020 Ford Escape, courtesy of John Meegan Ford, and paid for by Hole In One International.
Beasley won his two-year free ride during the 24th Annual Rotary Club of Connellsville Golf Outing when he aced the 180-yard, 12th hole with a 6-iron at the Pleasant Valley Golf Course in early October. It was Beasley’s first hole in one.
According to the Rotarian Tournament Organizer, this year’s tournament saw the largest turnout they have ever had; a total of 31 foursomes participated in the event, which is a scholarship fundraiser for the Connellsville Area School District. The Rotary Club’s scholarship golf outings have raised over $300,000.
Are you interested in generating increased attendance and raising more money at your golf outings in 2021? Want to showcase your business while proving an added incentive for golfers to help support a great cause? Looking to possibly have a hole in one winner of your own? Now is a great time to get a head start on planning your event. Email or give Hole In One International a call today at 800-827-2249.
Did you know that Hole In One International has two different types of putting contests available for you to insure? We’re here to explain the benefits of both of them, the differences between them and how they both work!
Single-Putt Putting Contests Single-putt putting contests are designed for a small number of players (we suggest anywhere from 1-5, depending on your budget) who are pre-selected and/or pre-qualified. The most common method of narrowing down players is a simple raffle; however, feel free to hold the longest drive, straightest drive or any other type of pre-qualifier! Once you’ve determined who the contestants of your putting contest will be, have them take a 50-foot or longer putt either before or after your golf tournament for the chance to win big, up to $50,000! In need of some unique prize ideas? Be sure to check out some of the prize packages we have available! And if you want the prize value to be above our $50,000 limit, our sister company, Odds On Promotions, can definitely make that happen! Single-putt putting contests come with a complimentary putting sign which advertises your sponsor’s name as well as the prize to be won — just make sure you send in your Free Putting Sign Order Form (if the paperwork is emailed, faxed or mailed to you) or purchase your putting contest insurance online at least 10 calendar days prior to your event!
Combination Putt Putting Contests Don’t want to exclude any of your golf tournament players from getting in on the fun? Then this format’s for you! Have all of your players begin with a 10-foot putt. Those who successfully hole the 10-foot putt will move on to a 30-foot putt. Those who hole the 30-foot putt will then move on to a final 50-foot or longer putt for the grand prize. If they hole the final 50 ft.+, they’ll win the insured prize — once again, up to $50,000! Not only do combination puts-putting contests come with a complimentary putting sign, but also a FREE tee prize for each and every one of your players! Remember: quotes for prize values above $50,000 should be directed to our sister company, Odds On Promotions. Combination putting contests can also be purchased online via our website. Just be sure to specify that it’s a combination putt format when you’re creating your quote!
Have any other questions? Feel free to give one of our contest consultants a call at 800-827-2249 or email us!