Factors That Determine How Much Your Putting Contest Will Cost

Thursday, October 7, 2010

As you plan your hole in one insurance event, consider adding a putting contest. This putting contest can be an easy way to raise a few more dollars at your event and it can be one of the biggest incentives to get people to sign up. The good news is that it does not have to cost much more either. As you take into consideration all of the options you have for your event, a putting contest is an easy add on.

What About Pricing?

A putting contest allows an individual to make a single attempt at 40 to 50 feet away as a putt. If they hit that putt, they get the prize. It is that simple and US Hole In One makes sure it is affordable, too. To help with that, it offers several pricing options. The following factors play a role in what you are likely to pay:

  • The value of the grand prize, which can be as high as $25,000, and is up to you to choose
  • The Distance of the putt (usually 40 or a 50 foot putt)
  • The number of finalists who will play in the putting contest, though each one only gets one shot at the prize.

These factors determine how much you are likely to pay for your putting contest. It sounds simple and in fact it is. To learn more about the options available to you for your next golfing event, contact US Hole In One and inquire about the putting contests available and the costs for adding it on to your event.

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