Archive for December, 2012

2012 Hole In One Winner Wrap Up

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Things are in full swing during the holiday season here at US Hole In One. But as the year winds down, we wanted to take some time out to thank all of our amazing customers for another awesome year here at US Hole In One. We are truly grateful to have such wonderful customers that make our job a littler easier every day and so much more enjoyable. So to all of you, THANK YOU!

This past year we covered over 10,000 tournaments with more than $350 million in hole in one prizes! Along the way, we had hundreds of winners. Here are a few of our lucky golfers from 2012! Read the rest of this entry →

2012 Holiday Gift Guide

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Time is really winding down and before we know it, the holidays will be here and gone. Has anyone else put off their holiday shopping to the last minute like I did? Whoops! Now that I did, I am frantically asking myself what I should get for all my family and friends. I have been asking around the office here at US Hole In One what I should get for my brothers, George and Chris, this year. After talking to everyone here at US Hole In One, here are a few ideas that we all came up with that you can get your favorite golfers this holiday season.


Stocking Stuffer

Tin Cup :: $19.99

Ball Marker Read the rest of this entry →

Memorable Tiger Woods Moments!

Friday, December 7, 2012

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If there was a list for those who dominate golf, Tiger Woods takes the cake! Tiger, in just 16 years, even before he turns 37 years old at the end of December, already has 101 professional wins. Tiger Woods is undoubtedly one of the best golfers in history and has made countless memorable shots in his professional career. Here are a few of US Hole In One‘s favorite Tiger Woods shots.



1996 U.S. Bank Championship

During the final round, Tiger Woods makes his first hole in one as a PGA pro on hole #14, an 188 yard par 3, with a 6-iron. He finishes tied for 60th place in the end. Read the rest of this entry →