Bottineau, N.D. – Proving you don’t need to be Tiger Woods or Jordan Speith to sink a 50-foot putt, Bruce Henderson recently won $1,000, courtesy of the Bottineau Country Club and paid for by Hole In One International, after he successfully sank an impressive 50-foot putt during the Bottineau Country Club’s Annual Bash For Cash Golf Tournament.
To get a chance to play in the putting contest, tournament participants paid $5. Before Saturday’s shotgun start, five lucky tournament participants were selected and given the chance to make the 50-footer.
Henderson was the 4th to putt and sank the 50-footer with ease. And, thanks to the fact that the tournament organizers had all the contestants turn their backs to the green so no one would have the advantage of reading the green, Henderson’s shot was that much more amazing.
Brookhaven, Miss. — Congratulations to Stuart Knighton and Steve Jent who each won a brand-new golf courts valued at $15,000 each, courtesy of Ben Nelson Golf and Outdoor, and paid for by Hole In One International. Knighton and Jent won their E-Z Go Express S4 Elite Golf Carts during the Trustmark Children’s Hospital Pro-Am Golf Tournament.
Stuart Knighton hit his very first ever hole-in-one with a 7-iron on the 150-yard, Hole 4 at the Country Club of Jackson, while over at the Reunion Golf & Country Club, Steve Jent got his second lifetime hole-in-one on the 150-yard, 6th hole with a 6-iron.
The tournament is held simultaneously at three different courses – the Annandale Golf Club, Reunion Golf & Country Club, and The Country Club of Jackson and is one of the largest golf tournaments in Mississippi, and attracts players from all over the region.
“The Trustmark Pro Am has done it again–record-breaking participation, fundraising and comradery!” said Friends of Children’s Hospital Chairman John Scarbrough. Along with awarding multiple hole in one prizes, the event raised more than $171k for the Child Life Program at Batson Children’s Hospital program, which specializes in helping children and families cope with the stresses associated with illness, hospitalization, and trauma.
Are you looking to “drive” increased participation at your golf event this year? Hole in One International can help. Emailor give us a call 800-827-2249 – or better yet, log on and get a free instant quote for your event.
Our name says it all! For over 30 years, Hole In One International has been providing A+ rated insurance coverage in Canada. Along with affordable hole in one and putting contest coverage, you’ll also receive ancillary hole in one prizes, complimentary hole in one contest signs and tee markers, and a free golf club for everyone in your event.
How Canadian Hole In One Coverage Works With Canadian hole-in-one insurance coverage, from Hole In One International, you can add excitement to your company, charity or golf course tournament by offering valuable, attention-getting hole in one prizes without the risk of a payout. Hole In One International has been providing golf tournament organizers with A+ rated Canadian hole in one coverage since 1991. We offer hole-in-one prize coverage for anything with a cash value of up to $1,000,000.
From hole-in-one contests to putting contests and even Million Dollar Shootouts, we can do it all! We can even ship your signage there too! From tee signs to sponsor signs, all you need to do is contact us for shipping costs and we’ll have it at the address specified on your sign order form in plenty of time! Need a rush shipment? We’ve got you covered… Hole In One International will get your golf tournament signage delivered before tee-off.
What Does Hole In One Insurance Cost In Canada? The cost of Canadian hole in one insurance coverage is based on three things: the number of participants in your golf event, the length of the target hole, the cost of the prize that is being giving away. Generally speaking, the bigger the prize, the shorter the distance and the more players you have, the bigger your premium will be.
Keep in mind – all of our prizes are priced out in USD. Want to advertise your prize in Canadian Dollars? No problem! Say you purchased a policy for a $10,000 USD cash prize. Simply make that conversion to Canadian Dollars and advertise “C$9,908” (or whatever the proper conversion rate happens to be) on your sign!
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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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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.