Hole in One Insurance: Do I Need a Witness?

Friday, October 15, 2010

Most people who are planning a big event are hoping to structure it with so much excitement that everyone turns in to see it. The problem is, not every tournament will be broadcast on live television. That means that it may be a bit more difficult to have a witness view the winning shot, which is a requirement when it comes to hole in one insurance protection. However, there are a few things you should know about the witness requirement.

At US Hole in One, we recommend that the witness situate themselves some place where they can easily see both the teeing ground and the hole being targeted. You may wish to place the witness at the tee box or you may want to place that person on the green. Be sure to protect your witness from those incoming shots, though!

What you need to remember about your witness requirement is that the witness simply needs to be able to have a clear and unobstructed view of every golfer that steps up to strike a shot towards the tee. The witness needs to see the ball move throughout the entire shot, too. It is critical to get this right since without a witness that fits the requirements of hole in one insurance, the insurance provider is not required to pay out your prize. If you do find that you have questions regarding your prize or your witness, simply give us a call and we would be happy to answer those questions for you.

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