Kodak Challenge :: The Million Dollar Shootout for Pro’s

Thursday, December 2, 2010

The Kodak Challenge is a season long event where in order to be eligible for the million dollar prize a pro must play the “Kodak Challenge” hole at least 18 times over the 30 PGA TOUR tournaments. The Kodak Challenge is a promotion to build up hype for the tournaments and add a little fun and excitement for the players and the fans. The player who compiles the lowest score on all of the challenge holes wins the grand prize, $1,000,000.00! This year’s Kodak challenge finally came to an end with an exciting playoff. The final hole was part of the Children’s Miracle Network Classic located at Disney’s Magnolia Course, Hole #17 a par 4, 485 yards. Three players, Troy Merritt, Rickie Fowler, and Aaron Baddeley were all tied in the challenge before setting out to settle it on the playoff holes. The winner was decided after just one hole. Merritt birdied the first hole after an amazing wedge shot that left him inches from the cup, the other two were not in birdie range, so the million dollar prize went to Merritt!

Million dollar challenges are not just for pros, US Hole In One, the leading provider of hole in one insurance and contest insurance, offers the Million Dollar Shootout as an exciting add on to your tournament. Most clients run the Million Dollar Hole In One Insurance  Shootout at the end of the tournament after all the players have finished their round of golf. Event directors will take the person who was closest to the pin or even raffle off the chance for one person to take one shot from 165 yards for a $1,000,000.00! Charities and organizations find the Hole In One Insurance Shootout an extremely effective way of raising money for the cause by selling raffle tickets at the registration table. To get more information about pricing for Hole In One Insurance Shootout, give us a call!

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