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Archive for April, 2010

Friday, April 30, 2010

What Should I Give Away at My Golf Tournament?

When planning a tournament and finding hole in one insurance there are three important facts you need to know. The first is the number of golfers, this number can range anywhere from 25 to over 150 golfers. The second piece of information is the distance of the par three hole you want to put the grand prize on.  Foresite Sports has a minimum of 150 yards for any grand prize hole.  The third and usually the toughest decision for any event organizer is “what should my grand prize be?” Here are some suggestions!

While a cash prize is definitely our most popular grand prize, at Foresite Sports we offer a variety of sample prizes for all tournament. One of our most popular prizes is the Harley Davidson. Foresite Sports offers a $12,500 Harley Davidson Dyna Glide motorcycle for your grand prize hole. The Harley Davidson is a great way to increase golfer’s interest in the tournament and get them to sign up with the hope that they win a brand new bike! Foresite Sports also recommends that you contact a local dealership in your area and ask that they bring the bike out to the course. The visual image of the Harley on the par 3 hole will definitely excite the players about potentially winning the prize.

Other popular prizes that we offer are the golf vacation packages. Foresite Sports offers a St Andrews, Hawaiian, Pebble Beach and Spanish Golf Vacations all valued at $10,000. These trips vary from 5 to 7 days at luxurious hotel, flight accommodations and multiple rounds of golf at the surrounding courses. Keep in mind that Foresite Sports can offer any prize you wish to insure as long as you provide us with the value. If you are interested in something that you don’t see on our website give us a call and we will send you a quote!

Friday, April 23, 2010

A Golf Tournament Unlike Any Others on Tour

The Waste Management Phoenix Open is one golf tournament unlike the others on tour. The Phoenix Open is not only known for the great golf it produces at TPC Scottsdale Golf Course but also the crowd that follows the players. At a usual tournament the crowd is calm and well reserved; the Phoenix Open is a complete 180 degrees. The fans of the Phoenix Open want to see great rounds of golf and have a great time watching them. The tournament is known by some as The Wasted Open as many of the fans will visit the bars on the course and get quote rowdy during the tournament. This year there was an estimated 500,000 plus people that came out the watch, cheer, and boo the players.

Hole number 16 at Scottsdale has been called the scariest hole in golf due to the large grandstand which is more like a stadium surrounding the green. Many of the new golfers are intimidated by the crowds and fear the boo’s and taunts as a result of missing a putt or shanking an iron. Some of the more experienced golfers really enjoy the change of mood in the Phoenix Open and claim the cheers actually are relaxing and less stressful that the constant silence.

Overall The Waste Management Open is a definite change for the professional golfers on tour. It gives the professionals a look at what other athletes face on day to day bases. Similar to the cheering and mocking of a college basketball game, it gives the professionals a look at what other athletes face on day to day bases.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

New Hole In One Insurance Blog

Welcome to our new hole in one contest blog.  We have stopped posting blog articles to the previous website (www.foresitesports.com/blog/blog.html) but you can still find all of our archived blogs there.