Friday, January 13, 2012
When purchasing hole in one insurance coverage from US Hole In One it is very important that you read the terms and conditions and pay close attention to the witnesses requirements. The number of golfers that are playing in your golf tournament and the value of your grand prize will determine the number of witnesses and whether or not you will need to videotape your hole in one insurance contest.
You will just need one person, who is eighteen years of age or older and not playing in the tournament sitting at the grand prize hole for all prizes ranging from $2,000 to $59,999. During the rare occasion that your tournament has 24 or less golfers and your grand prize is valued at $25,000 or greater, you will be required to submit a raw, unedited videotape shot from behind the green in the event that you have a hole in one winner.
For prizes valued from $60,000 to $99,999 you will need two people who are eighteen years of age or older and not playing to act as witnesses for the grand prize hole. One of these witnesses will need to be sitting at the tee box and the other person will need to be sitting down at the green.
For grand prizes valuing $100,000 or greater you will again need two people who are eighteen years of age or older and not playing in the tournament. One of these witnesses however, must be a PGA Pro or a Police Officer. One person will be stationed at the tee and the other at the green (it does not matter which spot the PGA Pro or Police Officer is stationed). Raw, unedited videotape from is required for all shots at this prize level.
For all bonus hole in one prizes, you will just need the playing partners in the foursome to act as the witnesses at those holes. Videotaping is never required for the bonus hole in one prizes.