Archive for April, 2016

How to Fill Out Your Hole In One Application

Friday, April 29, 2016

At US Hole in One, we try to make the process of purchasing hole in one insurance as simple and easy as possible.  Firstly a client can either call in or get an instant price quote online.  Our pricing is based upon the number of golfers, the yardage of the Par 3 and the price value of the grand prize.  Once a client provides us with all the necessary information, an e-mail will be sent to them with a price quote and a 1 page application that the client needs to complete.  Our hole in one application is broken down to seven sections.

Section 1: The first section requires your contact information as well as your company name.  The information in this section can be already filled in if you requested an online price quote or called one of our tournament consultants.  If the shipping address for the signage is different than your contact information, make sure to fill that in under the shipping information.

Section 2: This is where the golf course information as well as the event name is shown.  US Hole in One cannot provide insurance if this section is not completed.

Section 3: This is the most important section for our hole in one application.  In this section you must provide us with the date of your tournament, number of golfers (amateurs and professionals), hole number, yardage for the par 3, prize value and the certificate fee that you should have received with your price quote.  You must also verify if you’d like a sign for your grand prize hole and if you’d like a sponsor’s name on it as well.

Section 4: This is the additional bonus prize section where you indicate which package you’d like and how many prizes you will need for the other par 3’s that are on the course. The standard bonus prizes are included in your certificate fee, and just for $45, you can upgrade to premium bonus prizes that are higher in cash value.  We also include signs for your bonus prizes and you can customize all three of them with a sponsor name and or logo for just $30 extra!

Section 5: If you would like to purchase one of our putting and dice roll contests, this is the section where you would indicate which add-on contest you would like to get.  In addition to filling out this section, there is a separate 1 page application that we require you to fill out for the Add-On Contest.

Section 6: US Hole in One accepts a check or debit or credit card as payment.  In this section you indicate how you’d like to pay for your coverage by writing your credit card information or if by paying with check, we will e-mail you an invoice and you can mail the check to us.

Once you have completed your application, you can then fax (610-525-8004) or e-mail it to (  If you have any other questions, do not hesitate to give us a call at 888-882-5440 or e-mail us at . We look forward to working with you!

Additional Contest Options at Your Golf Tournament

Friday, April 22, 2016

Want to generate more buzz to your golf tournament?  A hole in one contest brings players to your tournament by giving them a chance to shoot for a hole in one and in that case, win a prize!  In addition to US Hole In One’s hole in one insurance, there are other contest that we can provide coverage for at your golf tournament!  This could be a great opportunity to raise some extra money for your company or organization and add excitement for the golfers.

At US Hole In One we offer putting, shootout and dice roll contests.  These contests give your golfers the option to enter for a chance to be picked as a lucky finalist for one of these contests.  You can pick the finalist by selling raffle tickets or eliminating the golfers as long as your follow the terms and conditions.  The putting contest is for the golfer(s) to sink a putt from 40, 50, or 60 feet for a designated amount of money from $2,500-$25,000.  A shootout contest is for a participant to shoot for a cash prize that’s from $100,000-$1,000,000!  The dice roll is when you select four lucky golfers to roll the dice, that we provide, and offer him/her to spell C-A-$-H for a designated amount of money.  For all contests, the participant(s) randomly selected get one attempt with no practice shots, or rolls, and the contest must be videotaped!  The putting and dice roll contests start at $75 and the shootout starts at $100.

If you would like more information on one of these contests for your golf tournament please e-mail us at or give us a call at 888-882-5440.  A US Hole in One Tournament Consultant would be more than happy to help you out.  We look forward to hearing from you.

Whats in the Fine Print? Hole In One Terms and Conditions

Friday, April 15, 2016

When you purchase hole in one insurance for the first time, it may be a little overwhelming. If there is a winner at your tournament you want to make sure nothing goes wrong and you follow all the rules! Once you bind your coverage with US Hole In One, you will be emailed a certificate of participation. Along with the certificate of participation, the terms and conditions will also be attached.  The terms and conditions are able to answer almost any question that you may have about the policy you just purchased.  These are a must read before your tournament!

The terms and conditions, in its entirety, is important, but there are a few areas of them that are very important and you will want to pay close attention to. The first of these areas is the witness requirements which are broken down by different prize values. Next is how to contact US Hole In One if you need to make a change to your original contract.  Maybe you need to change of date due to the weather, or the number of golfers for example. Also in the terms and conditions is how to contact US Hole In One if you have a winner.  The yardage requirements for both the grand prize and bonus prize holes for both men and women golfers can be also found in the terms and conditions, along with details regarding your target hole and bonus prize holes. Then there is US Hole In One’s policy on prize restoration, which is a must know!

The terms and conditions are different for hole in one contests, putting contests, and shootout contests, so you need to review the one that is specific to your particular contest. It is never a bad idea to have a copy of the terms and conditions with you on the course on the day of your golf tournament, that way you can always reassure yourself of all the rules!


If you have any questions regarding the terms and conditions, please contact an US Hole In One tournament consultant by phone at 888-882-5440 or by email at