Marshfield, Wis. – Congratulations to Lucas Hart who won $10,000, paid for by Hole In One International, in a combination putting contest sponsored by Lang Furniture and Don Blanchard.
Watch Hart’s impressive final 50-foot putt!
Hart won the big cash prize after he successfully holed a 10-foot, a 30-foot and an impressive 50-foot putt on the practice putting green at the Marshfield Country Club, during the 5th Annual Columbus Classic Golf Tournament’s combination putting contest.
The Columbus Classic, a fundraiser for the Columbus Catholic Schools, is hosted by the Booster Club. The tournament gives all registered participants the chance to putt for a $10,000 prize. Everyone who successfully makes the 10-foot putt moves on to the 30-foot putt. After successfully holing the 30-footer, Hart and four other players moved on to the 50-foot putt. Hart, who shot 3rd, won the prize, as he was the first to successfully hole the 3rd and final putt.
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Johnson City, Tenn. – Congratulations to fundraising hole in one winner Charlie Lowe of Johnson City, who won $10,000, courtesy of hole in one contest sponsor, Watauga Insurance, and paid for by Hole In One International.
Check out the press on Charlie’s ace!
Lowe won the cash prize after he aced the 175-yard, Hole 3 at the Blackthorn Club at the Ridges during the 21st Annual Doe River Gorge Golf Challenge. Funds raised at the tournament support the Doe River Gorge Ministries, a Christian youth camp that attracts kids from around the country.
It was Lowe’s second hole in one and a first for the Doe River event. Adding to the excitement surrounding the event, Lowe’s big win, as well as the contest sponsor, were featured on the evening news.
Is your organization ready to get back in the fundraising game? Wanting the opportunity to have a fundraising hole in one winner of your own? With a season of socially distanced golf under their belts, tournament directors and hole in one contest sponsors across the country have been experiencing tremendous “pent up” success this Spring. To get your instant hole in one coverage quote, swing by our website or give us a call today at 800-827-2249.
Indianapolis, Ind. – Congratulations to Brandon Lewis of Indianapolis who won $5,000 last Fall in a single putt putting contest insured by Hole In One International.
Lewis made the impressive 50-foot putt on the practice putting green at Broadmoor Country Club following Noble of Indiana’s fundraising golf tournament. Lewis qualified to take the putt after a winning a pair of “closest to the hole” contests.
Check out Lewis’ response when he realizes he nailed the big prize putt.
A single putt putting contest is a fun and easy way to add excitement – and generate additional revenue – during any fundraising tournament. You can capture additional donations by giving players the option to participate in the putting contest, or you can use a putting contest to create an additional sponsorship opportunity for a local business. Even better, you can do both.
Interested in getting a complimentary quote on your event or learning more about Hole In One International’s affordable single putt and three-putt combination putting contests? Email or give us a call today at 800-827-2249.
Ely, Nev. – Congratulations to Todd Wilkin of Ely who won $10,000 this August, courtesy of the Jensen Family during a memorial golf tournament, and paid for by Hole In One International.
Wilkin won the big cash prize after he aced the 165-yard 13th hole with a 4-iron, at the White Pine Golf Course during the 14th Annual Kathy Jensen Memorial Golf Tournament.
Wilkin, a dentist, was shocked when the ball bounced once on the fairway and once on the green, landing just short of the hole before rolling right in. It was Wilkin’s first hole in one.
The Par-3 4-man scramble tournament is a fundraiser for the Kathy Jensen Memorial Scholarship, which is awarded annually to a qualifying White Pine High School senior. This was the third hole in one winner for the tournament which had lucky players take home a big screen TV in 2011 and a Kindle in 2014 for making non-target hole in one shots.
Interested in adding a big prize hole in one contest at a memorial golf tournament? Email or give us a call today at 800-827-2249 to get started planning your next event.
Springfield, Mo. – Congratulations to hole in one winner Tom Kreitzer of Springfield who recently won $10,000, courtesy of 92.3 Kick FM, and paid for by Hole In One International.
Kreitzer won the cash after he aced the 176-yard Hole 5 at the Betty Allison at Oscar Blom Golf Course, during the 8th Annual 1340 Big Talker Shootout. It was Kreitzer’s second hole in one.
Watch the congratulatory winner video!
This closest to the pin 9-hole tournament was a fundraiser for the Pregnancy Care Center in Springfield. A total of 210 players participated.
Are you ready to raise some money for your organization? Want the chance to have a hole in one winner of your own? There’s still plenty of time to run a safe and effective fundraising golf event this year. Check out our Golf Event Safety Guide for tips and suggestions on running your event.
Not sure a tournament is right for your organization this year? You can also run a stand alone “Covid-friendly” event featuring a big prize putting contest or million dollar shootout. Both of which can be easily executed with a minimal number of volunteers and lend themselves well to all social distancing guidelines.
To learn more, or to get an instant quote for your hole in one contest, putting contest or shootout, give Hole In One International a call today at 800-827-2249.