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Archive for October, 2010

Friday, October 29, 2010

All About Signs

Foresite Sports is not just about hole in one insurance, we also provide event sign to make your golf tournament a complete success. Our full colored, weather resistant sponsor signs come customized to your liking. Foresite Sports offers a variety of templates for your sponsor to choose from. The most popular are tee and tournament sponsor signs however there are also signs for all aspects of the tournament such as registration, lunch, and closest to the pin sponsors. Foresite Sports also gives you the opportunity to create your own sign if you wish to customize something that is not offered on our website!

How do I purchase the event signs? There is a simple one page order form that is offered on our website, the order form will break down the size and template of each sign you wish to purchase. There will also be the option to put a sponsor’s logo or image on the signs as well as purchase a proof of the sign before it is shipped out. All ships are shipped out FedEx and the art department will provide a tracking number to the client to ensure that the signs are delivered on time. Foresite Sports offers two different sizes, 12”x 18” and 18”x 24” for all templates and pricing can start as low as $14 per sign.

Foresite Sports also offers signs free of charge for hole in one policies, putting contests, and shootouts. These full color signs will have a description of the prize as well as the sponsor name or logo that you provide us with. To find out more about pricing and see samples of the signs provided by Foresite Sports visit our website under the “Event Signage” link.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Winning Golf Clubs

Week in and week out a lot of people watch the PGA Tour. On top of that, we see these professionals hit a lot of quality shots on chalenging golf courses. However, the interesting question is : what type of clubs do they use? We, at Foresite Sports are going to answer that question, courtesy of information that we have obtained from golf.com. This information is on the last 4 winners on the PGA Tour.They are Kenny Perry, Lucas Glover, Brian Gay and Tiger Woods.

According to golf.com, Kenny Perry recently won the Travelers Championship with the following clubs:

DRVIER: TaylorMade R9 460 (9.5°) with Fujikura Matore F1 shaft
FAIRWAY WOODS: TaylorMade Burner (14.5°) with Fujikura Re AX TP75 shaft
HYBRID: TaylorMade Raylor prototpye (18°) with Fujikura Rombax TP 75 shaft
IRONS: TaylorMade r7 (4-PW) with FST KB Tour shafts
WEDGES: TaylorMade rac (54°, 64°), Cleveland CG14 (60°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 shafts
PUTTER: Ping G2i Craz-E
BALL: Titleist Pro V1x

Lucas Glover as most of us know won the US Open. His clubs were as follows:

DRIVER: Nike SQ Sumo2 Tour (9.5°) with Matrix Apache Ozik shaft
FAIRWAY WOODS: Nike SQ II (13°, 19°)
IRONS: Nike CCI Forged (3-PW)
WEDGES: Nike SV Tour (52°, 60°)
PUTTER: Nike prototype
BALL: Nike ONE Tour D

Brian Gay won the St. Jude Classic using these clubs:

DRIVER: TaylorMade R9 (9.5°) with Mitsubishi Diamona Blue Board shaft
FAIRWAY WOODS: Tour Edge Exotics CB2 (13°) with Mitsubishi Diamona Blue Board 83 shaft
HYBRID: Mizuno CLK Fli-Hi (20°) with Aldila NV Hybrid 85 shaft
IRONS: Mizuno MX 900 (3,4); MP 60 (5-8); MP 32 (9, PW)
WEDGES: Titleist Vokey Design Spin Milled (56°, 59°)
PUTTER: Mizuno Bettinardi prototype
BALL: Titleist Pro V1 (2009)

Finally Tiger won the memorial using these clubs:

DRIVER:  Nike SQ Dymo (10°) with a Mitsubishi Diamana White Board 83x shaft
FAIRWAY:  Nike SasQuatch Sumo (15°, 19°) with Mitsubishi Diamana Blue Board 103g shafts
Irons:   Nike Forged Blades (3-PW) with True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 shafts
Wedges:  Nike Victory Red (56°), SV (60°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 shafts
Putter:  Titleist by Scotty Cameron Newport 2
Ball:  Nike One Tour

So these are the tools that the pros used for success. Speaking of success, if the tournament director at your golf course would like to be successful we encourage him or her to use Foresite Sports for hole in one insurance. We also make sponsor signs for golf outings. For more information and an affordable price quote please call 888-882-5440.

Friday, October 15, 2010

Four Steps to Hole In One Insurance

You might think the process of getting hole in one insurance for your next big event is difficult or a long process. That is simply not true. In fact, when you work with Foresite Sports, we make the process so easy that you only need to follow four simple steps to accomplish your goals.

  1. Contact Foresite Sports to request a quote for your needs. You can select the type of prize you want to offer, the yardage of the grand prize hole and the number of people participating. That determines the cost you pay.
  2. Next, complete the application. The good news is that this application is fast and simple and we will get a confirmation back to you right away.
  3. Then, receive your prize package. This package gives you all of the information you need to get event signage and to get the right hole in one insurance for your event. Again, this is also a very quick process to help you to get set up. We will ship you all of the signage right away and send you the Certificate of Coverage.
  4. Finally, you can start playing! On the day of the event you simply get your signs out there and get your golfers lined up for the event. Contact us to let us know about the winner and we will handle the rest.

The fact is that the process of getting insurance coverage for your hole in one insurance event is simple because we want to ensure you have more fun and time to set up your event.

Thursday, October 7, 2010

How to Pick Your Hole In One Insurance Provider

Foresite Sports is hoping you will stay right here and invest in our hole in one insurance, but it is important to select the type of contest insurance that is right for your particular needs. For that reason, you may be considering other companies as well. Before you make a decision on who to work with for your hole in one insurance needs, take the following things in mind. Compare several companies to determine which is the best one for you.

  • Check out the Better Business Bureau for more information on the company. This is a good place to see what complaints have been filed against the company but also to see if the company has taken care of those complaints.
  • Next, check the insurance company’s underwriters. You want to ensure that the company has the type of underwriters that are financially stable. One way to know this is to check what their A.M. Best Co rating is. This is like a credit rating for the company.
  • In addition to this, learn about the company’s customer service. You want a company that is willing to work with you and to meet all of your goals including on time delivery and one that abides by the terms and conditions offered to you.

We feel that Foresite Sports can provide the best possible experience for you and stands behind its name. You will not find a better provider for the coverage you need for your next event!

Friday, October 1, 2010

How to Hit a Tee Shot… Right in the Hole Hopefully!

So you’re faced with a daunting tee shot on a tough par-3. What’s your strategy? How do you go about it? Can you do it? Well of course you can. Foresite Sports is here to give you some quick tips on how to hit drives with laser-like accuracy.

Before you even hit your drive take note of the tee box. A lot of courses today have tee boxes that aren’t directly aligned with the fairway. Some actually are angled so make sure that you take note of this. This first step is as important as hole-in-one insurance is to Foresite Sports. There’s no point in even teeing the ball up without going through this step. Next you must survey the hole. Which side of the hole is the best side to miss? Ask yourself what the wind is doing?

Now you must play to your strengths. If you like to fade or draw the ball there are some slight adjustments that you can make when playing in the wind. All you have to do is adjust accordingly. For example if you are a right hander playing in a right to left wind and you like to:

  1. draw the ball – make sure that you aim a little right and try not to release the club fully as the wind will exaggerate your normal ball flight and make the ball dive left. Feel as if you hold off your shot. That way the ball won’t be affected as much.
  2. fade the ball – make sure that you take extra club as your normal ball flight will fight the wind instead of riding it. Aim a touch right of your target but not as much as someone who draws the ball would. Your ball will start off straight , fade in the air , and then fall to the left as the wind gets a hold of it

Now if you’re left –handed you do the opposite. Hopefully if you execute these steps well you could win a hole in one prize, courtesy of Foresite Sports. We are the best out there when it comes to providing quality hole in one insurance so give us a try!