Rockville, M.D. – Hole in one insurance winner Brian Farasy defied 67,000,000 to 1 odds this Fall when he aced not one, but two holes during an October fundraising golf tournament, winning a set of Callaway Irons and a 2018 Ford Mustang, courtesy of Apple Ford Lincoln, with the assistance of Supinski Insurance, and paid for by Hole In One International.
Beauchamp won his new “dune buggy” after he aced the 150-yard 2 Hole on the Fazio Course at Querencia Los Cabos during the 2018 Member-Member “Camaradas” Golf Tournament with a 7 iron.
This was Beauchamp’s 2nd hole in one.
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Brian Farasy defied 67,000,000 to 1 odds this Fall when he aced not one, but two holes during an October fundraising golf tournament, winning a set of Callaway Irons and a 2018 Ford Mustang, courtesy of Apple Ford Lincoln, with the assistance of Supinski Insurance, and paid for by Hole In One International.
Early on day one of the tournament, Farasy won a brand new Mustang after he aced the 185-yard Hole 7 with a 3 hybrid. He followed up that incredible shot by acing the 160-yard 15th hole with a 6 iron, winning one of three free ancillary prizes, a set of Callaway Irons. This shot also qualified him for the tournament’s million dollar shoot-out.
Along with having an odds-defying acemaker, the 8th Annual Corridor Classic raised a record $75,000 for local nonprofit organizations.
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Palumbo scored the giant cash prize in September after he aced a 55-foot putt on the putting green of the Farmstead Golf and Country Club in Lafayette.
The putting contest, which was part of the 2018 WNNJ Mulligan Classic, an annual client golf outing hosted by Sussex iHeart Media, featured a series of qualifying putts where one finalist was able to attempt the $10,000 putt, insured by Hole In One International.
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Torrence, Calif – Congratulations to hole in one winner Scott Martin, who’s driving around in style these days, after he won a brand new Range Rover, courtesy of Hornburg Land Rover Santa Monica and paid for by Hole in One International.
Martin won his new ride, valued at $100,000, during the 48th Annual SIOR Greater Los Angeles Chapter Golf Tournament after he aced the 175-yard 7th hole at the Virginia Country Club in Long Beach, with his favorite club, the 5 iron. This was Martin’s second hole in one.
In addition to the brand-new ride, this year’s tournament also featured a $1 million-dollar shoot-out, an In-N-Out truck for lunch, and a Travis Mathews shopping experience. According to the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors Tournament Chair, Chris Sheehan, “the event keeps members, chapter sponsors, and guests returning year after year.”
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Tallahassee, Fla. – Congratulations to putting contest winner Joe Audie who recently won $10,000, during the Leon High School Foundation’s Spring Fling.
Audie won the cash prize after sinking a 50-footer during a putting contest, which took place on the practice green of the Capital City Country Club.
The putting contest is part of the Leon High School Foundation’s annual Spring Fling fundraiser which also features a dinner and silent auction. The Foundation provides financial support as well as materials and services to Leon High School for academic and educational aid as well as scholarships for graduating students.