Hole In One International is a full-service promotions company and purchasing group, specializing in hole in one insurance, shootout insurance, and putting contest insurance. Obtain a free, no-obligation quote today!
If you’re unfamiliar with our services here at Hole In One International, or even if you’re an existing customer, you may not have known that your hole in one insurance coverage can actually be purchased online via our website! This also goes for your free tee signs as well!
All you need is the following in order to purchase hole in one insurance:
Name of your golf tournament
Location the outing will be taking place (e.g., Rolling Hills Country Club)
Date(s) of your golf tournament
Hole number you wish to place your insured grand prize on
The yardage of the hole (we require a 135 yard minimum for men and women)
The number of players in your golf tournament
The golfers’ status (amateur players, club pros, tour pros)
The value of the prize
What the actual insured prize is (i.e., cash, vehicle, vacation package, etc.)
We’ve put together a video tutorial for you today on how the process works — from creating your own account, to paying for the policy, entering in the details on your free signage and receiving your confirmation of coverage. Watch the video below and then feel free to contact us with any questions at 800-827-2249… you can also email us at any time! Good luck with your upcoming golf tournament!
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!
Now here’s a hole in one prize winner definitely worth talking about: Richard Ross of Grand Rapids, Michigan won an 18k white gold diamond necklace valued at $35,000, provided by Thomas S. Fox Diamond Jewelers and paid for by Hole In One International, thanks to his hole-in-one at the Crystal Invitational at Cascade Hills Country Club on July 13, 2012.
While this was Ross’ fifth hole-in-one to date, it was also a first, as Ross had never previously won an insured hole in one prize prior to his ace on the 150-yard 11th hole.
Conditional rebates are ideal for jewelry stores — you can insure for a variety of weather-based events. For example, award your customers if it rains more than x inches on the specified promotion date. You can even reverse it and have Odds On pay out if it rains less than x inches that day.
Sports conditional rebates are also very popular: Award your customers with a rebate if your local team wins the big game, hits a grand slam, scores a defensive touchdown… you name it, Odds On can insure it! Feel free to give them a call today at 888-827-2249 or email them for a free, no-obligation quote.
And of course, congratulations again to Richard Ross! We hope you’re enjoying your well-earned prize!
Purchasing shoot-out insurance or putting contest insurance? Good news! We’ll also supply you with a free sign whttps://www.holeinoneinternational.com/hole-in-one-insurance/free-signs-and-auxiliary-prizes.phphich displays the sponsor’s name/logo as well as the prize to be won.
Submit your Free Tee/Putting Sign Order Form to us 10 or more calendar days prior to your event date, and shipping is 100% FREE! Less than 10 calendar days, $25 rush shipping fee applies.
Living outside of the U.S.? No worries! We can still get your signage to you. Call and speak to one of our contest consultants for pricing!
As always, if you have any questions, feel free to reach us at 800-827-2249 or email us!
Hole In One International would like to take this time to congratulate Kirk Triplett on his first career Champions Tour win in the Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach. on Sunday, July 8, 2012! According to this article from The Golf Channel, this win means that Triplett has become the sixth player to earn wins on the PGA TOUR, Champions Tour, and Web.com Tour in his career.
Triplett, founding shareholder of Hole In One International, made an early Eagle… and closed with a 6-under 66, making for a two-stroke victory over Mark McNulty!
According to Triplett in this article in USA Today, “To win anywhere is special. But to win at Pebble Beach is extra special. To do it in my first Champions Tour try is great.”
Seems like the big “5-0” has been gracious to Triplett thus far! Congratulations again and we all look forward to seeing many more successes from you in the future!