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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Huntington Station, N.Y. – Congratulations to Sunil Rihal who won a two-year lease on a Porsche Cayman valued at over $20,000 this summer during a hole in one contest, courtesy of IFS Insurance, and paid for by Hole In One International.
In what has to be one of the more interesting stories of the year, Rihal, President of the IFS Insurance Group in Mineola, ended up winning the very prize he sponsored, during the Long Island Real Estate Group’s Annual Golf Outing.
Rihal won the opportunity of driving the spectacular prize after he aced the 175-yard Hole 5 on the Overlook Course at Old Westbury Golf and Country Club with a 3 wood.
This was Rihal’s second hole in one.
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Weston, Wisc. – Congratulations to hole in one insurance winner Davis Tomczik of Weston who recently won $10,000, courtesy of Bartelt Insurance Services, and paid for by Hole In One International.
Tomczik won the big cash prize this summer after he aced the 159 yard, hole 9 at the Pine Valley Golf Course, with an 8 iron, during the Wausau WarJack Golf Outing, a fundraiser for youth hockey in Marathon County. This was Tomczik’s second hole in one.
Check out Tomczik’s reaction as he retrieves his ball from the hole, which was sponsored by Bartelt Insurance Services.
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Emmetsburg, Iowa – Talk about exciting! This August, Hughes, Brennan & Wirtz Insurance Inc. had not one, but two winning hole in one coverage claims in the same week.
First, on July 30, Clayton Freeman, who was playing in the Emmetsburg Mens Open, aced the 170 yard, 8th hole at the Five Island Golf Course with a 9-iron, winning a $20,000 2016 Ford Fusion, sponsored by Emmetsburg Ford and Farmers Mutual Insurance Association. It was 19-year-old Freeman’s first hole in one.
Then, on August 5, at the Emerald Hills Golf Club during the Hawkeye Wrestling Club Golf Tournament, Jodi Ann Reindl aced 143-yard 12th hole with an 8-iron, winning a $11,200 Sea Doo, courtesy of Mau Marine in Okoboji. It was also Reindl’s first ace.
And of course, Hole In One International was delighted to write two checks – one for each of the hole in one prize sponsors.
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