Talk about a win/win with Hole In One International when a lucky place makes an ace, they take home a prize – and we pick up the tab. Check out these recent hole in one contest winners from Hole In One International.
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.
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Lima, Ohio – This May, Thomas Smith of Tomball, Texas won a unique prize… a $100,000 hearse, courtesy of S&S Superior Coach Company, and paid for by a hole in one insurance policy from Hole In One International.
Smith won the Cadillac XTS Masterpiece hearse during the National Museum of Funeral History’s 25th Annual Charity Golf Tournament after he aced the 205-yard 4th hole on the Lake Course at the Kingwood Country Club using a driver.
Created to support the museum and its mission, educating visitors about one of man’s oldest cultural rituals and celebrating the rich history of funeral service, this fundraising golf tournament brings together business executives and funeral industry professionals from across the country who take to the greens to ensure the growth and preservation of the museum and its programs.
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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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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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