Application Status and Certificate of Participation

Thursday, October 15, 2015

Here at US Hole In One there are questions we get from our customers after they receive a price quote and application for their upcoming golf tournament.  After a client completes our 1 page application and then submits it to US Hole in One, the next question is always “how do I know if I’m covered?”  We have a very quick turnaround time of processing applications and sending out signage.  A customers proof of hole in one insurance with our company is found in the certificate of participation.

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Once a customer submits their application to US Hole in One, it is received by the processing department where they will review it to make sure the application is filled out correctly.  After all the information is correctly in our system, a representative from the processing department will process the application and will email the certificate of participation by the end of that business day!
So what exactly is a certificate of participation? A certificate of participation is a document that is two pages long that show the customers hole in one coverage. The first page is basically a “snapshot” of the customer’s specific hole in one insurance policy that they have secured through US Hole In One. It includes the contact information, event number and also the information in regards to the grand prize policy.  The event number that will be listed on the certificate of participation is specific to each hole in one insurance policy. The easiest way for the tournament consultant to recall the policy if the customer has any questions regarding it or has to make changes to their hole in one coverage is by this event number. The second page is very important because it lists the terms and conditions, making it a must read. Also, information about the bonus prize holes that are offered with the grand prize policy is included on this second page.

The certificate of participation is the document that can answer any questions regarding someone’s specific hole in one coverage. On the day of the tournament, it is highly suggested to have a copy of the certificate of participation on hand at the golf course for reference. But, as always, if you do have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your tournament consultant at US Hole In One by email at or by calling us at 888-882-5440. We are more than happy to answer all and any questions!

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