Archive for June, 2014

What is the Hole In One Grand Prize at your Golf Event?

Friday, June 27, 2014

“What should I give away as my hole in one insurance grand prize?” At US Hole In One hear this question a lot. But in the end, the grand prize you offer at your golf tournament is totally up to you. The real question to ask when choosing a grand prize for your event is what do you think will entice golfers at your event. In the past, US Hole In One has provided hole in one insurance for amazing prices like cars, boats, utility vehicles, golf carts, vacations, and even million dollar cash prizes! The big question here though is, what will you have at your tournament as the grand prize? Read the rest of this entry →

Hole In One Insurance, How Expensive Is It?

Friday, June 20, 2014

question-markUS Hole In One offers the lowest prices for all your contest coverage. In fact, we put a 110% low price guarantee on these packages ensuring that all legitimate hole in one insurance quotes will be beaten. But what does that mean exactly? It means that the price you were quoted by US Hole In One will be lower and if it is not, we will match our competitors and beat it by 10% of the difference. Read the rest of this entry →

2014 US Open at Pinehurst No. 2

Friday, June 13, 2014


The 2014 US Open at Pinehurst No. 2 is a very special one in the golf community. There are several different storylines coming into the tournament, but the biggest storyline isn’t about this weekend in particular. This one took place at the same course 15 years ago, Father’s Day weekend.


This year’s US Open marks the 15th Anniversary of Payne Stewart’s 1999 US Open. Payne was able to hold off Phil Mickelson by one stroke on the final day to capture his last PGA Tour win of his lifetime. Tragically, later that year Payne was in a plane crash that left no survivors. The tournament this weekend definitely will remember him and all he did for the Tour in his lifetime.


In tribute of Payne, Rickie Fowler went as far as to honor him with his wardrobe. Fowler played the first round on Thursday in a pair of knickers, Payne’s signature outfit.


Phil Mickelson, who lost the 1999 US Open to Payne, is still looking to complete that career grand slam. The US Open has been on Mickelson’s door step several times in his career. Lefty has finished runner-up at this tournament 6 times in his career to date. Sitting at +3  going into the weekend, Phil has made the cut, which was +4. Unfortunately, he is sitting 13 shots behind the current leader so he has a battle ahead of him to complete that grand slam. That current leader is Martin Kaymer who is at -10 in the clubhouse. The German paired together two rounds of 65, to set a US Open record. In the past two days, he was able to fill his scorecard with 11 birdies and only 1 bogey. It has been an impressive performance with few mistakes. If he can continue this throughout the weekend, this will be a story for the kids.

While golf is on your mind, maybe it is time to start planning your upcoming golf event! Give an US Hole In One tournament consultant a call at 888-882-5440 or email us at! We look forward to hearing from you!


Other Contests for your Golf Tournament

Friday, June 6, 2014


A great way to add excitement and add excitement to your golf tournament many golf events have a hole in one contest at their tournament.  A hole in one brings players to your tournament by giving them an awesome incentive to sign up, a chance to win an AMAZING prize. Hole in one contests are effective because they allow all the golfers playing during the event a chance to win a grand prize on the designated grand prize hole, and bonus hole in one prizes on the other par 3’s.  In addition to US Hole In One‘s hole in one insurance, there are other great addition that US Hole In One offers for golf tournaments that even offer the organization running the event a chance to raise some extra money for a good cause. Read the rest of this entry →