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How Does Buying Hole In One Insurance Work?

Hole in One Insurance is one of the best ways to give back to your group and not have to worry about paying a lot of money out of pocket. You may want to host a special event to draw in a crowd. You may want to run a charity event and offer a steep prize to anyone that hits an ace. In any of these instances, and many others, you can utilize Hole in One Insurance as a tool to achieving your goal.

To obtain this insurance, you simply need to contact the company directly, get a price quote and fill out a simple application. Chances are good you will be happily surprised by the inexpensive cost of this type of opportunity. Once paid, the process of getting your coverage in place does not take long. A Certificate of Participation is issued for you, usually by the end of that same business day. This gives you coverage for your event.

If you have selected the free bonus prizes and signs then these signs will be printed and sent to you according to the information you provide. As you can tell, the entire process is fast and simple and really requires only a few minutes of your time. Of course, helpful representatives are always available to help you through the process to ensure you get just what you are looking for and that there are no hold ups in the process. The day of the event, follow the directions provided to you and be sure that proper signage is posted and all of your golfers are properly registered. A nice tip: if you have too many golfers sign up, you can contact US Hole In One right away to have this adjusted right up until the first golfer tees off!

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