Glenwood 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.”
Are you looking to raise more money and awareness for your cause this season? Want to learn more about giving your tournament participants the chance to win amazing prizes by utilizing hole in one insurance coverage? Email or give us a call today at 800-827-2249 to get started planning your 2018 golf event.
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Traverse 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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Hole In One Insurance Leads to Las Vegas Vacation
Hole In One International Picks Up the Tab
Toronto, Canada – Congratulations to hole in one insurance winner Nick Vanovereem of Burlington, Ontario who won a 7-night Las Vegas vacation, courtesy of the Ontario Regional Common Ground Alliance (ORCGA), and paid for by Hole In One International.
Vanovereem, a field supervisor with Accuworx, won the $3,000 Vegas getaway, which includes both accommodations and airfare, after he aced the 176-yard, Hole 17 North, with a 5 wood, at the Station Creek Golf Club during the 12th Annual ORCGA Invitational Golf Tournament.
It was Vanovereem’s first hole in one – a fact made even more impressive in that he played the round with rented clubs.
Are you looking to add a bit more excitement to your next corporate golf event? Want to ensure that you make the most of your corporate sponsorship? Why not give every golfer the chance to win a trip to Las Vegas, Hawaii, The Masters or US Open?
For more information on creating an enticing hole in one insurance tournament prize package that will help you sell more sponsorships, showcase your brand, or raise more money for your cause, visit our website or give us a call today at 800-827-2249.
Petersburg, Va. – Proving that hole in one coverage winners come in all shapes, sizes and even ages, 17-year-old Ashton Tudor of Colonial Heights, who won his choice of a 2017 Toyota Rav 4, Nissan Rogue or VW Tiguan, courtesy of Priority Automotive, and paid for by Hole In One International.
Tudor won his choice of vehicles, valued at $25,000, after he aced the 165-yard 11th hole, with a 6-iron, at the Chesdin Landing Golf Club during the 36th Annual Priority Kiwanis “K”Lassic Golf Tournament.
Tudor, who has been playing golf since he was 7, also plays for his high school golf team. However, this was his first hole in one. And talk about a great prize, what teenager wouldn’t love to win a car playing golf?
Regardless of the age of your golf tournament players, hole in one coverage makes it easy to offer rewarding prizes. For more information on creating an enticing tournament prize package that will help you sell more sponsorships, showcase your brand, or raise more money for your cause, visit our website or give us a call today at 800-827-2249. Who knows… you could end up with a hole in one coverage winner of your own!
Hilton Head Island, S.C. – Hole In One International has had yet another golf winner! Congratulations to Chris Mabry of Lynchburg, Va., who recently won a BMW, valued at $50,000, and paid for by Hole In One International, when he aced the 140-yard 7th hole at the Harbortown Golf Links during the RBC Heritage Pro-Am sponsored by Boeing.
Mabry, who, ironically, happens to own a couple car dealerships, was playing in his fifth Heritage Pro-Am with professional Brooks Blackburn. A 16-handicapper, Mabry aced the shot with a pitching wedge, winning a BMW of his choice. Mabry is no stranger to hole in one coverage; he uses hole in one insurance at his dealership to cover the cost of a prize if there is a winner during the golf events he sponsors.
Want to give everyone who plays in your next golf tournament the chance to take home an amazing prize? Hole In One International can help! Visit our website or give us a call today at 800-827-2249.