Things You Should Know About Hole In One Insurance

Friday, June 25, 2010

We’re back to give you some more facts about hole-in-one-insurance. Knowledge is power and everybody at US Hole In One wants to make sure that you stay in the loop. These are important things that you should know:

  • For the par 3’s women may only tee off at a distance of up to fifteen (15) yards less than the men.
  • The yardage for the Grand Prize Hole can NEVER be less than 150 yards for men/135 yards for women.
  • The yardage for the bonus holes MUST be a minimum of 130 yards for men and 115 yards for women.
  • You only get one shot to make it big! So, no practice shots or mulligans, or substitute shots for any players are allowed.
  • Unless it is dictated, the Prize Value is automatically restored to its starting value for each and every hole in one! However this restoration is not valid for Prize Values of $100,001 or greater.
  • When someone makes a hole-in-one, the association member should immediately call US Hole In One with the good news. Also, written notice by the association member to USHIO MUST be done no later than the first business day after the event.
  • As in all agreements there is the possibility of disputes. all disputes between the association member and USHIO or its underwriters shall be governed by the laws of the State of Pennsylvania, without regard to its conflict of laws, and submitted to binding arbitration in accordance with the rules of the American Arbitration Association and pursuant to the provisions of the Pennsylvania Uniform Arbitration Act. The venue for such arbitration shall be Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
  • That concludes our blog segments on hole in one insurance rules and policies. We wish you a bright future. Hopefully one filled with lots of hole-in-ones!

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