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.
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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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Wilmington, N.C. – Congratulations to Brian Nordberg of Calabash who won $10,000 this August, courtesy of Michael Burkinshaw with Towne Insurance, and paid for by Hole In One International.
Nordberg won the big prize after he aced the 145-yard, Hole 8 at the Crow Creek Golf Club with a 6-iron during the CIS Golf Tournament. It was Nordberg’s second prize winning hole in one, where he had previously won a set of irons.
The Labor Day golf tournament, now in it’s 7th year, is hosted by the Crow Creek Ladies and Men’s Golf Leagues, and is a fundraiser for Community in Schools of Brunswick County, Inc.
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Mesquite, Nev. – This October, hole in one winner Paul “Rocky” Curtis of Mesquite not only made his ace, he won a brand new EZ-Go golf cart valued at $8,000, courtesy of Ready Golf and Gear, and paid for by Hole In One International, with the assistance of Farmers Insurance agent, Bill Mitchell.
Curtis won his brand-new wheels after he aced the 150-yard, hole 14, at the Falcon Ridge Golf Club, with a driver, during the We Care for Animals (WCFA) inaugural Muttigans Charity Golf Tournament. It was the first time anyone had ever made a hole in one during a golf tournament at Falcon Ridge.
Along with the golf cart, the tournament featured the chance to win a brand-new car as well as $15,000 on other par three holes. According to the WCFA, the inaugural tournament was a huge success, raising much needed funds that will be used to spay and neuter both cats and dogs.
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