Ely, Nev. – Congratulations to Todd Wilkin of Ely who won $10,000 this August, courtesy of the Jensen Family during a memorial golf tournament, and paid for by Hole In One International.
Wilkin won the big cash prize after he aced the 165-yard 13th hole with a 4-iron, at the White Pine Golf Course during the 14th Annual Kathy Jensen Memorial Golf Tournament.
Wilkin, a dentist, was shocked when the ball bounced once on the fairway and once on the green, landing just short of the hole before rolling right in. It was Wilkin’s first hole in one.
The Par-3 4-man scramble tournament is a fundraiser for the Kathy Jensen Memorial Scholarship, which is awarded annually to a qualifying White Pine High School senior. This was the third hole in one winner for the tournament which had lucky players take home a big screen TV in 2011 and a Kindle in 2014 for making non-target hole in one shots.
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Shenzhen, China – Congratulations to hole in one winner Mr. Chang Ju Po of Shenzhen who won a gorgeous green Aston Martin Vantage, valued at $309,000 US, courtesy of Aston Martin, and paid for by Hole In One International.
Mr. Chang won big after he successfully aced the 150-yard District 9th hole at the Xili Golf and Country Club, during the HSBC Private Banking Aston Martin Golf Day – a customer appreciation event which was organized by Aficionado Golf Marketing. Chang, who has a 5 handicap, made the shot with an 8-iron.
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Laredo, Tex. – Congratulations to hole in one winner Armando Bustamante who won $100,000 this May, courtesy of IBC Bank-Laredo and paid for by Hole In One International.
Bustamante won the big bucks after he aced the 135-yard 12th hole with a 7-iron during the 36th annual IBC-Laredo Open Golf Tournament, which took place at the Laredo Country Club. According to witnesses, it was a great straight shot that landed about 5 feet from the hole and just rolled right in … and then the crowd went wild.
This was Bustamante’s second hole in one and it was the second time a lucky golfer had a big pay day at this event; the tournament had another $100K winner in 2017.
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Congratulations to our Million Dollar Shootout winner Ted A., who won a $1,000,000 prize courtesy of The Founders Club, LLC, and paid for by Hole In One International.
Ted won the million-dollar prize after he and three other golfers all qualified to participate in a post-outing shootout event. But, what makes this story even more incredible, is that 3 of the 4 participants qualified for the shootout by making a hole in one, when getting closest to the pin would have cut it. Watch the congratulatory winner video.
According to Pine Hills Country Club policy, when a member in the Hole In One Club makes an ace, the country club hosts an outing and a dinner to recognize the acemaker’s achievement.
This past September, during such a recognition outing, Reed Schmidt of The Founders Club, LLC sponsored a million-doAccording to Pine Hills Country Club policy, when a member in the Hole In One Club makes an ace, the country club hosts an outing and a dinner to recognize the acemaker’s achievement. This past September, during such a recognition outing, Reed Schmidt of The Founders Club, LLC sponsored a million-dollar shootout contest.
Outing participants could qualify for the million dollar shootout by getting closest to the pin on a designated par 3. As it turns out, a truly unbelievable total of three players qualified by making a hole in one, while Tom qualified with closest to the pin.
But, the story doesn’t end there… when it came time for the big bucks, Ted who has a 7.1 handicap, hit another hole in one during the actual shootout event… leading to the 4th ace of the day – and better still – scoring the million dollar prize.
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Buies Creek, N.C. – Another putting contest winner! Who says a golf course can only hold a putting contest on a putting green? Well certainly not the folks at Keith Hills Golf Club who recently gave away $10,000, paid for by Hole In One International‘s sister company, Odds On Promotions, in a giant-prize on-court putting contest at Campbell University. Check out Larson’s amazing putt right here.
On February 9th, Jonathan Larson was randomly selected to participate in the arena putting contest, which took place during the first quarter break of the women’s basketball game. Larson had the perfect touch, sending the ball across the court and through a template, winning the big bucks.
This was the second time the golf course and university handed over the big bucks. In 2016, Brian Porter of Raleigh, nailed one from 94 feet also winning a $10,000 prize, paid by Odds On Promotions.
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