Plattsburgh, N.Y. – Congratulations to Todd Moravec who won $5,000 courtesy of Shumway Insurance, and paid for by Hole In One International.
Moravec won the cash prize after he aced the 155-yard 7th hole at the Harmony Golf Club in Port Kent at the 16th annual Mark & Pearlie Rabin Memorial Golf Tournament.
All proceeds from the event go to the Plattsburgh College Foundation endowment, which provides scholarships for SUNY Plattsburgh marketing majors. According to tournament director Nancy Church, this year’s event added approximately $7,500 to the endowment.
Adding a hole-in-one contest is an effective way to boost event exposure, attract additional sponsors, increase attendance, and raise more funds.
Indianapolis, Ind. – Congratulations to putting contest winner Doug Martin who recently won $5,000, courtesy of the Pat McAfee Foundation, and paid for by Hole in One International. Martin won his cash prize after he successfully holed a 50-foot putt at the Broadmoor Country Club during the 1st Annual Pat McAfee Foundation Golf Tournament.
While we see a lot of amazing tournament videos and “hype” packages, we believe this video captures every bit of the fun and excitement that goes along with running a great tournament. It also shows you how adding a putting contest or helicopter golf ball drop not only adds to the tournament experience, but can be an effective way of raising more money for your cause.
Kudos to former NFL Punter and Radio Sports Personality Tim McAfee for hosting what was surely an unforgettably fun day of golf.
Want to add more fun and games to your next tournament? Want to possibly have a putting contest winner of your own? Email or give Hole In One International a call today at 800-827-2249.
Connellsville, Penn. – Congratulations to hole in one winners Charles “Chuck” Zugell and Alfred “Rod” Kern who each won a two-year lease on a Ford Bronco Sport, courtesy of Meegan Ford, and paid for by Hole In One International.
Thanks to Hole In One International’s multiple winner coverage, Meegan Ford didn’t need to worry that both men made the prize-winning shot on the 175-yard 17th hole at the Mystic Rock Golf Course during the 2021 Walsh Charity Golf Outing.
While it was Kern’s first hole in one and Zugell’s second, both made their prize-winning shots with a 6-iron. Along with having two winners, the 9th annual charity golf outing raised $90,000 benefiting the Emmaus Community of Pittsburgh and Mario Lemieux Foundation with each organization receiving a $45,000 donation.
Are you interested in giving every player at your next charity outing the chance to drive home a winner? Or better yet, have multiple hole in one winners at your next event? Email or give Hole In One International a call today at 800-827-2249 or visit www.holeinoneinternational.com for a free, instant quote.
San Jose, Calif. – Who says 13 isn’t lucky? Congratulations to hole in one winner Park Brees of San Jose who won a $50,000 car this May, courtesy of the Del Grande Dealer Group, and paid for by Hole In One International.
Brees won his amazing new ride after he successfully aced the 160-yard 13th hole with a 6-iron at the Almaden Golf and Country Club during the club’s annual Member-Member Golf Tournament. This was Brees’ first hole in one.
According to his playing partners, it was a great shot; and now Brees has a new ride to show for it.
Are you interested in adding some big excitement to your next golf event? Want to showcase your business during you next member-member golf tournament, or maybe a hole in one winner of your own? Email or give Hole In One International a call today at 800-827-2249 or swing by our website for a quick quote.
Mount Pleasant, Penn. – Congratulations to hole in one winner Cole Beasley of Pittsburg who recently won a two-year lease on a 2020 Ford Escape, courtesy of John Meegan Ford, and paid for by Hole In One International.
Beasley won his two-year free ride during the 24th Annual Rotary Club of Connellsville Golf Outing when he aced the 180-yard, 12th hole with a 6-iron at the Pleasant Valley Golf Course in early October. It was Beasley’s first hole in one.
According to the Rotarian Tournament Organizer, this year’s tournament saw the largest turnout they have ever had; a total of 31 foursomes participated in the event, which is a scholarship fundraiser for the Connellsville Area School District. The Rotary Club’s scholarship golf outings have raised over $300,000.
Are you interested in generating increased attendance and raising more money at your golf outings in 2021? Want to showcase your business while proving an added incentive for golfers to help support a great cause? Looking to possibly have a hole in one winner of your own? Now is a great time to get a head start on planning your event. Email or give Hole In One International a call today at 800-827-2249.
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