Enterprise, Ala. – Meet another one of Hole In One International’s big winners: Michael Sines of Enterprise.
Sines won $5,000, courtesy of Becky Hancock Realty, and paid for by Hole In One International after he aced the 165-yard, Blue Course, Hole 3 at the Silver Wings Golf Course at Fort Rucker during the Army Aviation Association of America (AAAA) Golf Tournament. It was Sines’ first hole in one.
While this year’s tournament took place on April Fool’s Day, this fundraiser is no joking matter. This year 216 players participated in the tournament, whose sole purpose is to award scholarships for AAAA members and their families.
According to Tournament Director Denise Aylesworth, $35,000 in sponsorships were collected for the AAAA scholarship
fund this year.
Ready to make your own big winner? Email or give us a call today at 888-827-2249.
St. Paul, Minn.-Doug David won $2,500 courtesy of Employee Benefits Group, LLC (EBG), and paid for by Hole In One International after he won a 50-foot putting contest during the 8th Annual Minnesota/Dakotas ESOP Association Golf Tournament at Heritage Links Golf Course in Lakeville.
Watch The Shot…
Heber City, Utah – Chances are you’ve already seen, heard or read about Hole In One International’s newest millionaire …
Jason Hargett of Springville, Utah. Not only was Hargett’s million-dollar shot covered by every TV station in Salt Lake City, but his amazing hole in one was featured on The Golf Channel, The Early Show, The Ellen Show, Sky News Australia, USA Today, the Boston Herald, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Sun UK and of course, ESPN where he landed at #1 on the Top Ten plays of the Day! And that’s not all. Talk about your viral videos, in just a few short weeks, his prize-winning shot has been seen by over a million viewers on YouTube – and counting.
Now, in case you’ve missed the buzz surrounding this headline-making hole in one, Hargett won the million-dollar prize in a post-tournament shoot-out sponsored by the Villas at Poipu Kai during the Mark Eaton Celebrity Golf Classic at Red Ledges.
While we can tell you all about how Hargett was a somewhat reluctant last-minute replacement with a sore wrist, or about the fact that he was using a borrowed club – or even how he fell down as he charged the hole after the shot, we know you’d rather see it.
So here you go…
As a golfer, we thought you might enjoy watching a few of our recent winners make these incredible putts.
Check out this amazing 60 foot putt and this 50 footer for charity and let us know what you think!
Port Huron, Mich. – Former baseball player and Detroit Tiger Milt Wilcox is certainly better known for his pitching than his putting. However, this June, during the Shawn Burr Foundation’s Shoot To Win putting contest, Wilcox holed an amazing 50-yard putt winning $20,000 paid for by Hole In One International.
Incorporating a putting contest that features an enticing prize is a wonderful way to generate additional sponsorship dollars and raise more funds during any golf event. And, when you purchase putting contest coverage from Hole In One International, you don’t have to worry if a “pinch putter” shows up and holes the shot, because we’ll be there to write the check.