Hole In One Event Results In $5K Win

hole in one event winnerForest City, Iowa – Imagine playing in a hole in one event where you could win up to $25K on every hole plus get a shot at $1,000,000 – and then you get a hole in one.

Well, that’s exactly what happened to Kevin Ambrisco, who scored $5,000 courtesy of Scoopy Doos, and paid for by Hole In One International.

Ambrisco captured the big bucks after he aced Bear Creek Golf Club’s 135-yard 16th hole during the 2018 Tree Town Aces Hole In One Golf Tournament. It was Ambrisco’s second hole in one.

The tournament, which has been running for the past decade, features a unique “hole-in-one” format where the course converts all 18 holes to par 3s. All players hit a tee shot with the objective of making a hole-in-one followed by a 4-person best ball. On every hole, golfers can take home prizes ranging from $5K to $25K, sponsored by a different local business. This year’s event featured an impressive $137,500 in hole in one prizes. Plus, every hole featured a closest to the pin prize.

At the end of the tournament, all the closest to the pin finalists got the chance to participate in a qualifying shoot-out where the winner got the chance to play for $1MM, in a grand finale hole in one shoot-out.

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Hole In One Winner Cynthia Thomas Aces ATV

hole in one winner Cynthia ThomasQuincy, CA – Congratulations to hole in one winner Cynthia Thomas of Reno, Nevada who recently won a 2018 Polaris, valued at $6,000, courtesy of Dupont Power Tools, Richard Stockman, and State Farm Insurance, and paid for by Hole In One International.

Thomas won the prize during the Quincy Rotary’s 17th Annual Clay Dyrr Memorial Golf Tournament, after she aced a 138-Yard Par 3 with a 5 hybrid. It was her first hole in one and the first “big prize” winner ever on that hole.

In addition to the ATV won by Thomas, the event which took place at the Plumas Pines Golf Course in Blairsden-Graeagle, Calif., also featured two other $5K hole in one prizes sponsored by Plumas Bank, Edward Jones Investments, Flanigan-Leavitt Insurance and the Quincy Les Schwab Tires.

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Hole In One Contest Leads to $110K

hole in one coverage winnerSioux Falls, S.D. – Congratulations are in order for hole in one contest winners Mike Ness and Jeremy Cauwels of Sioux Falls, who each made a hole in one during the First Dakota National Bank’s 2017 Pro-Am Jam winning a combined total of $110,000 in cash, paid for by Hole In One International.

Cauwels, who won $10K for making his second hole in one, aced the 150-yard, 17 hole with a seven iron on the first day of the tournament, which took place at the Country Club of Sioux Falls. While Ness, who is not only made his very first hole in one on the 135-yard Hole 12 with a 9-iron took home the staggering $100,000 prize.

And more surprising than the fact the tournament had two hole in one winners is Ness, is also the President of First Dakota National Bank, the event’s title sponsor. Watch his reaction.

Known for its big-name concerts and large golf tournament, The First Dakota National Bank’s Pro Am Jam benefits The First Tee Of South Dakota. The tournament features two $10,000 hole in prizes as well as a $50,000 prize on the first day of the tournament, and a $100,000 prize on the second.

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Hole In One Insurance Winner Bob Devan

Hole In One Insurance Winner - Bob DevanGlenwood Springs, Colo. – Congratulations to hole in one insurance winner Bob Devan of Basalt who not only registered his third hole in one, but also drove home the winner of a brand new Subaru, courtesy of Glenwood Springs Subaru, and paid for by Hole In One International during the 14th annual Vince Gill and Amy Grant Anniversary Gala and Golf Classic.

Devan won the new car, a 2017 Subaru Outback Limited valued at just over $35,800, after he aced the 158-yard 17th hole at the Snowmass Club with a three wood and brand new golf ball last August.

The two-day event raised over $110,000 this year for Challenge Aspen, a non-profit organization located in Snowmass Village, whose mission is “Making possibilities for people with disabilities.”

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Photo Credit: David Besnette, Jim Mallouk

Hole In One Insurance Pays Porsche Lease

Hole In One Insurance Winner - DeKeyserTraverse City, Mich. – There’s no question about it, having hole in one insurance pays big dividends during any golf event, especially tournaments featuring professional athletes like hockey players.

For example, congratulations go out to Hole In One International’s latest winner, Detroit Red Wings defenseman Danny DeKeyser. DeKeyser recently won a 2-year lease on a 2018 Porsche Boxster, valued at nearly $37,000, courtesy of Porsche of Motor City, and paid for by Hole In One International.

DeKeyser won the 2-year lease after he aced the par 3 155-yard 17th hole on The Bear Course at the Grand Traverse Resort and Spa, during the team’s 19th Annual Detroit Red Wings Training Camp Classic.

According to DeKeyser, who describes himself as an “OK golfer”, he was aiming directly at the stick and thought he had a pretty good shot. Turns out the ball landed about 12 feet behind the hole and started spinning back towards the cup. This was DeKeyser’s first hole in one. As luck would have it, this was not DeKeyser’s only winning shot of the day. He also took home a brand-new driver after he won a long-drive competition.

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