Petersburg, Va. – Proving that hole in one coverage winners come in all shapes, sizes and even ages, 17-year-old Ashton Tudor of Colonial Heights, who won his choice of a 2017 Toyota Rav 4, Nissan Rogue or VW Tiguan, courtesy of Priority Automotive, and paid for by Hole In One International.
Tudor won his choice of vehicles, valued at $25,000, after he aced the 165-yard 11th hole, with a 6-iron, at the Chesdin Landing Golf Club during the 36th Annual Priority Kiwanis “K”Lassic Golf Tournament.
Tudor, who has been playing golf since he was 7, also plays for his high school golf team. However, this was his first hole in one. And talk about a great prize, what teenager wouldn’t love to win a car playing golf?
Regardless of the age of your golf tournament players, hole in one coverage makes it easy to offer rewarding prizes. For more information on creating an enticing tournament prize package that will help you sell more sponsorships, showcase your brand, or raise more money for your cause, visit our website or give us a call today at 800-827-2249. Who knows… you could end up with a hole in one coverage winner of your own!
Hilton Head Island, S.C. – Hole In One International has had yet another golf winner! Congratulations to Chris Mabry of Lynchburg, Va., who recently won a BMW, valued at $50,000, and paid for by Hole In One International, when he aced the 140-yard 7th hole at the Harbortown Golf Links during the RBC Heritage Pro-Am sponsored by Boeing.
Mabry, who, ironically, happens to own a couple car dealerships, was playing in his fifth Heritage Pro-Am with professional Brooks Blackburn. A 16-handicapper, Mabry aced the shot with a pitching wedge, winning a BMW of his choice. Mabry is no stranger to hole in one coverage; he uses hole in one insurance at his dealership to cover the cost of a prize if there is a winner during the golf events he sponsors.
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West Hartford, Conn. – Congratulations to hole in one insurance winner Ernie Els (yes, that Ernie Els) who recently won a Rolex Yachtmaster II, courtesy of Connecticut’s Lux Bond & Green, and paid for by Odds On Promotions’ sister company, Hole In One International.
The Big Easy won the elegant timepiece, valued at $18,750, after he aced the 171-yard, hole 16 at the TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, with a 7-iron, during the third round of the 2016 Travelers Championship. Check out Els’ impressive ace.
This was the second hole in one prize that Lux Bond & Green has awarded in as many years. In June 2015, Andres Romero took home a Rolex after he aced the same hole, also using a 7-iron.
Do you sponsor or participate in a company, club or fundraising tournament? Hole In One International can help you make the most of your sponsorship, increase awareness, and raise more money for your cause. To learn more, visit our website or give us a call today at 800-827-2249. You never know… you could have your own hole in one winner at your next golf tournament!
Enfield, Conn. – Congratulations to William Sybert of South Windsor who recently won $20,000 towards the purchase of a brand new Chrysler, courtesy of Artioli Chrysler Dodge Ram, and paid for by Hole In One International.
Sybert won the super-sized down payment after he aced the 182-yard, hole 18 at the Twin Hills Country Club in Longmeadow, Mass. with a 3 wood during the Asnuntuck Community College (ACC) Foundation’s 16th Annual Golf Tournament. It was Sybert’s third hole in one.
The ACC Foundation Golf tournament raises thousands of dollars each year to support student scholarships.
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Knoxville, Tenn. – Congratulations to our newest hole in one insurance winner Andrew Langley, who recently won $25,000, courtesy of Regal Cinemas, and paid for by Hole In One International.
Langley won the money after he aced the 178-yard, hole 14 at the Holston Hills Country Club during the Bob Kelsing and Bert Bertlekamp Golf Tournament. It was Langley’s first hole in one.
Vol announcer, Bob Kesling of the Vol Radio Network, and color analyst, Bert Bertelkamp, host the annual tournament, which benefits the Helen Ross McNabb Center, a non-profit organization offering mental health, substance abuse, and social services.
Regal C.F.O. David Ownby, a McNabb Foundation board member, said, “Being involved in the community is very important to us at Regal. We’ve been a long-term partner of Helen Ross McNabb Center, and so funding this golf tournament was just part of our relationship with them.”
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