Hole In One Winner Aces Honda Civic

Joplin, Mo. – Congratulations to hole in one winner Jim Synder of Joplin who recently won a 2020 Honda Civic, courtesy of Roper Honda, and paid for by Hole In One International.

Jim Snyder - Hole In one winner

 

Snyder won the new ride this June after he aced the 168-yard Hole 17 at the Carthage Golf Course, during the Life Choices Links for Life Golf Tournament. It was Snyder’s first hole in one.

The 4-person scramble format event was the first tournament of the year at Carthage, with both the course and tournament organizers taking additional precautions to ensure the safety of participants, volunteers, and staff.

Both the course and event organizers reported a great turnout recording a full field of 26 teams (over 100 people) and over $13,000 was raised for services in the Carthage/Joplin area.

Are you ready to raise some money this year? Want to have a hole in one winner of your own? There’s still plenty of time to run a safe and effective fundraising golf event this year, check out our Golf Event Safety Guide for tips and suggestions on running your event.

To learn more, or to get an instant quote for your hole in one contest, putting contest or shootout, give us a call today at 888-827-2249.

Hole In One Contest Winner Aces Lamborghini

hole in one winner - lamborghiniPuebla, Mex. – Congratulations to hole in one contest winner Anwar Zetuna Monteagudo who recently won a stunning Lamborghini Model Huracán EVO Coupe RWD, valued at over $350,000, and paid for by Hole In One International.

Watch Monteagudo’s impressive prize-winning ace!

 

Zetuna Monteagudo, 43, won the imported super car during the 21st Annual La Vista Country Club Tournament after he aced the 175-yard, 2nd hole with a 7-iron. It was his first hole in one.

The tournament, which benefits the “Generando Esperanza” Foundation, is hosted by Educathion and Grupo Financiero Banorte, and is considered one of the most important amateur tournaments in Mexico, awarding over 15 million pesos in gifts and trophies for the 188 participants. This year’s event attracted players from outside of Mexico, and had a waiting list of over 70 golfers!

Are you ready to get back in the game? Want to have a hole in one contest winner of your own? We are ready to help you have a great tournament! Give us a call today at 800-827-2249 or visit our website for an instant, and free, hole in one contest quote.

P.S. If you haven’t yet, be sure to download our complimentary Golf Tournament Safety Guide, designed specifically to assist you in hosting a safe event this season!

Golf Putting Winner Sinks Putt, Odds On Pays $5K

Wishing you were watching Tiger Woods instead of Tiger King? Well, you’re in luck! Because we’ve got a can’t miss golf putting winner video for you!

See how Michael Meier of Edgewood, Ky nailed an impressive 94-foot putt and won $5,000, courtesy of Barleycorn’s, and paid for by Hole In One International’s sister company, Odds On Promotions.

Golf Putting Winner - Michael Meier

Meier won the prize at half-time during the Northern Kentucky University men’s homecoming basketball game after he was randomly selected via a registration form, to participate in the Barleycorn’s $5,000 putting contest. He nailed the shot, sending the entire arena into a frenzy and landing the substantial cash prize.

“I have been watching the contestants over the last couple of years and many have gotten so close. The hardwood is so much faster than an actual green so everything has to be in perfect alignment to sink it,” noted Joe Heil, Barleycorn’s owner and longtime NKU Norse basketball sponsor. “This putt had the speed and the accuracy. It was thrilling to watch!”

Are you looking forward to getting back to business? Email or give us a call today to find out how we can help you make the most of your “grand re-opening” event. Or, how you can have a golf putting winner of your own!

Two Hole in One Winners at College Fundraiser

Lufkin, Tex. – Congratulations to Will Thurman of Houston who recently won $10,000 courtesy of Contractor’s Supply/East Texas Asphalt, and paid for by Hole In One International.

Thurman, one of two golfers to make a hole in one during the 12th annual Guy Davis Golf Tournament, won the $10,000 prize after he aced the 150-yard, 14-hole at the Crown Colony Country Club in Lufkin.

“For my very first ace, this was a good one. I never thought I would get one, and this was a great time to get it,” stated Thurman. The other winner, Justin Morehouse, took home a fishing kayak, courtesy of a local motorsports company.

The tournament, which is hosted by the Roadrunner Foundation, raises money for the athletic programs at Angelina College. As a part of the event, Angelina College athletes serve as course assistants, giving golfers the opportunity to interact with the players they’ll see on the court and field all year long. This year had record-breaking attendance with 250 participants.

Looking to boost attendance and raise more money at your next tournament? A hole in one prize can make your event better. Give Hole In One International a call today at 800-827-2249 or stop by our website for more information and a free quote. You can also view some winner videos on our YouTube channel!

Golf Contest Winner Scores $5K in Dice Roll

Fairbanks, Alaska – Congratulations to golf contest winner Stewart Thompson of Fairbanks who recently won $5,000 courtesy of Explore Fairbanks and MAC Federal Credit Union and paid for by Hole In One International’s sister company, Odds On Promotions.

golf contest winner - dice roll

Thompson won the cash prize after he rolled a set of 4″ dice and got three “MAC Federal Credit Union” logos during a pre-tournament reception at the Wedgewood Resort in Fairbanks.

The dice roll, which was a new addition to the 19th Annual Morris Thompson Memorial Golf Classic, gave six randomly selected golfers (two on Saturday at the reception, and four on Sunday at the golf course) the chance to roll the dice and win prizes. Had Thompson, or any of the other five contestants rolled three “Explore Fairbanks” logos they would have won $20,000, also to be paid by Odds On.

The tournament was established by the Doyon Foundation and takes place annually at the Chena Bend Golf Course in Fairbanks. It is a fundraiser for the Foundation’s Morris Thompson Scholarship Fund, an endowed fund benefiting Alaska Native higher education students. This year’s event raised over $119,000. Since inception of the event, the Foundation has awarded 202 Morris Thompson Memorial competitive scholarships totaling $479,180.

Interested in running a dice roll at your next special event or as part of your upcoming golf tournament? Want to have a golf contest winner of your own? Email or give us a call today at 800-827-2249.



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