Whether it’s for a single or combination putt, Hole In One International hands over the dough when your putting contest has a winner. Check out some of our recent putting contest coverage beneficiaries.
Pullman, Wash. – Talk about a winning college golf fundraiser! Hunter Hughes recently won $10,000, courtesy of Flatstick Pub and paid for by Hole In One International, during the Washington State University CougsFirst! QB Classic at Palouse Ridge Golf Club.
Hughes qualified to take the 50-foot putt after he came closest to the hole during tournament play. Adding to the fun, one of the WSU play-by-play callers was a witness who not only called the shot, but captured the moment (and post-putt celebration) on his cellphone.
The WSU QB Classic is a college golf fundraiser that gives participants the chance to play with former Washington State QBs as well as network with CougsFirst! sponsors.
Want to give your tournament participants a reason to celebrate? Looking for other creative ways to engage donors at your college golf fundraiser? To learn more about adding a big prize putting contest to your event, email or give us a call today at 800-827-2249 or swing by our website and get a complimentary, instant quote.
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.
Oswego, N.Y. – Talk about a winning combination … Howard “Howie” Page won $5,000 this September courtesy of Premier Living Suites (PSL), and paid for by Hole In One International.
Page won the cash prize after he sank a 10′, a 30′ and an impressive 50-foot putton the practice putting green at the Stone Creek Golf Course during the State University of New York-Oswego’s (SUNY) Herb Hammond Golf Tournament.
The tournament was established over 30 years ago by Dick Johnson, one of the “founding forefathers” of the Blueline Club. According to SUNY-Oswego, the tournament, which is now named after a former Lakers Hockey coach is one of the university’s largest community and alumni events, hosting between 125 to 175 people annually.
“We are very fortunate to have had PSL sponsor the putting contest. It was absolutely amazing to see Howard win, and a great way to cap off the day,” explained men’s hockey assistant coach Jon Whitelaw.
Along with the $5,000 putting contest, the tournament also featured a $10,000 hole in one contest, sponsored by GS Steamers as well as a “beat the pro” and chipping contest.
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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.
Meier won the prize at half-time during the Northern Kentucky University men’s homecoming basketball game after he was randomly selected via a registration form, to participate in the Barleycorn’s $5,000 putting contest. He nailed the shot, sending the entire arena into a frenzy and landing the substantial cash prize.
“I have been watching the contestants over the last couple of years and many have gotten so close. The hardwood is so much faster than an actual green so everything has to be in perfect alignment to sink it,” noted Joe Heil, Barleycorn’s owner and longtime NKU Norse basketball sponsor. “This putt had the speed and the accuracy. It was thrilling to watch!”
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