Hole In One Insurance, What is it?
Many people ask us why hole in one insurance is so important. Everyone knows that getting a hole in one is one of the most sought after achievements in all of sports. In golf, a hole in one (otherwise known as an “Ace”) is when a player’s ball goes directly into the cup from the tee in one shot. This shot is typically only possible on a par 3 hole which is a shorter hole than a par 4 or par 5 hole. With the odds of getting a hole in one at approximately 12,500 : 1, many golfers go through life without ever getting one. At US Hole In One we believe that to score a hole in one a golfer must have a both skill and luck on his side.
Many golf tournaments and outings will offer a prize if one or more of their golfers get that elusive hole in one during the tournament. These potential prizes that could be given away are typically insured by the tournament director by purchasing a hole in one insurance policy. When a hole in one insurance policy is purchased from US Hole In One the tournament director does not need to worry about giving away that big prize if they have a hole in one at their tournament. If the miraculous shot happens then US Hole In One pays for the cost of that prize. Hole in one insurance prizes at a typical golf tournament range from cash to cars and sometimes include exotic items like boats, houses, jewelry, trips, etc..
Hole In One Insurance for that hole in one that might happen at your golf tournament starts as low as $180 and includes coverage for other hole in one prizes on the other par 3 holes on the course. Currently, US Hole In One Insurance offers bonus prizes of an LCD TV, Airline Tickets for 2 within the continental United States, and Callaway Diablo Irons. The prize package also includes signs for each par 3 so that golfers at the event know exactly what they are shooting for at each hole.
If you have any questions about hole in one insurance and how it works then simply call us at 888-882-5440 ext. 111 or check out our website at Hole In One Insurance for more details. One of our knowledgeable contest consultants will certainly be able to answer any questions you have.