From Mark Gilmartin to Kirk Triplett, there are many people directly affiliated with Hole In One International that show that we really are the best in the business! It’s because of these people that we’ve become as successful as we are today.
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 The Golf Channel, this win means 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!
When the name Kirk Triplett comes to mind, you likely think about the fact that he’s a 3-time PGA Tour winner. Or maybe your mind wanders to his signature “bucket hat” that he’s known for wearing. The fact that he has approximately $14,089,515 in career earnings is definitely noteworthy as well. But did you know that he’s also part owner of Hole In One International?
That’s right: Triplett has been on-board with Hole In One International as part owner since 2004.
Triplett turns 50 on March 29 and will make his Champions Tour debut at the Encompass Insurance Pro-Am of Tampa Bay at TPC Tampa Bay in Lutz, Fla.
People are now learning more than ever that there’s a lot more to Triplett than meets the eye.
Kirk Triplett, the three-time PGA Tour winner and one of the owners of Hole In One International, has done it again! This past Sunday (August 28, 2011), Triplett emerged victorious from the News Sentinel Open in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Triplett won the tournament and picked up a $90,000 purse after hitting two birdies in a row on holes 13 & 14, which put him at a score of 21-under. This victory officially made Triplett the oldest winner in Nationwide Tour history — wow! Good to know he’s still got it!
Congratulations, Kirk Triplett, from all of us here at Hole In One International!