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Archive for January, 2011

Friday, January 28, 2011

Free Golf Club for Buying Hole In One Insurance

Golfer in Yyteri Golf Links.

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Has anyone ever given you free golf clubs? If not, now may be the perfect time to get them. Hole In One Insurance has a free golf club certificate program that has received a great deal of praise in recent months. If you are hosting an event and you need hole in one insurance, take a look at this program and see how well it can fit within the mix.

The first thing you need to do is to request a free price quote for our insurance. There is no cost and also no obligation. You will then earn a complimentary certificate for each person who is in your event.
The day of your event, you an hand out your free golf club certificates. You can hand these out at either the check in location or at the registration table.

After the event is over, each of the golfers can then redeem their certificate. The certificate is good either for a 19 Degree Hybrid Club or for a 60 Degree Lob Wedge. These are only from Warrior Custom Golf.
Of course, Hole In One Insurance wants your event to be fun and the only way to do that is to bring in enough people to be a part of it. This free club offer is one of the ways that you can bring people in to that event and have a lot of fun doing it, too.

Take the time now to request your quote and to learn more about how our services can provide you with exactly what you need.

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Friday, January 21, 2011

How Do I Pick A Hole In One Hole?

At Foresite Sports we understand that some of our clients have been playing golf since they were young and others have never stepped foot on a golf course. Thanks to our knowledgeable and helpful tournament consultants you don’t need to be educated about the game of golf in order to get a hole in one policy in place. All you need to figure out where to offer your hole in one prize is a score card from the pro shop and we can talk you through the rest. A hole in one prize will always be offered on a par 3 hole, these are the shortest on the golf course and will range in yardages from 90 yards to 200 yards, on average there will be 4 par 3 holes on the golf course you are playing.

Once you have narrowed down the par 3 holes, double check with a pro at the golf course if there is a hole they prefer to use for a grand prize. This is especially important if you are giving away a car or motorcycle because the pro may suggest a par 3 close to the clubhouse so you don’t have to drive a car out to the farthest point on the golf course. If you are giving away a cash prize, any par 3 over 150 yards will work for the grand prize hole. For the remaining par 3’s on the course we can also supply you with our bonus prizes so you have all of the par 3’s covered at no additional cost. For more information or questions about hole in one insurance give us a call at 888-882-5440.

Friday, January 14, 2011

Benefits of Hole In One Insurance from Foresite Sports

Why should you choose Foresite Sports for your hole in one insurance coverage? There are other companies, but none of them can offer all that this company can. Take a look at the following seven reasons why this company is simply a better option over the competition.

1. The company has an A rating which means that it is backed by some of the most financially secure underwriters in the industry. You do not have to worry about the actual payout happening.

2. You get free bonus prizes. The company covers every par 3 hole with hole in one insurance prizes such as Callaway Diablo Irons, LCD flat screens and even round trip airfare.

3. The company provides free rider coverage for multiple holes in one. It could happen but you are protected if it does.

4. You get free contest sizes that are impressive and well made to show off your particular need. This includes a full color contest sign for each hole in one contest you are offering.

5. You get free shipping of the contest signage to you, or to the golf course. This is fast and effective, FedEx shipping you can count on.

6. You get free golf clubs for each of the golfers who are in your tournament. Each will receive a certificate redeemable for a free, new golf club just for participating in your event.

7. Perhaps the best thing of all, Foresite Sports wants you to pay less and will match offers of other companies and beat them by ten percent.

If you are hosting a hole in one insurance contest, the company to work with is Foresite Sports.

Friday, January 7, 2011

The PGA Tour in 2011

Golf.com asked their senior writers to project the “who”, “what”, and “why” for the PGA tour and its players in 2011. As we move into the New Year, one of the most obvious items that was addressed in the article was: What does the future hold for Tiger Woods? Also, coming in among the top 5 questions posed were: If Tiger isn’t number 1 who will be, Is Phil Mickelson the king of Augusta, and will the U.S. ever be able to regain the lead on the LPGA Tour.

Tiger Woods had quite a tough 2010 season to say the least. However, he did come out toward the end of the PGA season to play at the AT&T National event in Pennsylvania, to show what he had, or rather what he had lost, in his playless months of controversy. It was hard to ignore the downfall which his game took as a result of the constant media attention and the overbearing, ever present opinion of the media and the golf world. The AT&T National event, which he had won in 2009, he only tied for 46th in 2010. So we now ask ourselves, is this the end of the Tiger era? The guys at Golf.com seem to think, not yet. Even though Tiger managed to turn it around a bit in the later months of 2010 it cannot go without mentioning that many of the young guys have been able to significantly step up their game so even if Tiger can get back to where he was in 2009 and earlier the end of an era may soon be in sight.

So if Tiger isn’t number one, who will be? Golf.com writers have suggested it will remain the current number one, Lee Westwood. Although, Westwood is going to need to increase the frequency in which he wins events in order to keep his ranking. Martin Kaymer, however, has been hot on Westwood’s heals so it looks like it will be quite the battle for him to keep his number one spot if Kaymer keeps up his game. Kaymer has quite the game in and around the greens and Westwood is going to have to pick up his short game it he wants to stay number one. Westwood will be 38 in April so needless to say, at only 26 years of age Kaymer’s game is only getting better.

Will the U.S. ever be able to take back the lead in the LPGA? It seems with the large number of tremendously skilled golfers coming out of Asia, a golfer from the U.S. being number one will not be anytime in the near future. According to the Rolex World Rankings, there are only 19 Americans in the top 100 and only 6 of them are among the top 25. There are a few names out there that are definite competition but not anyone that appears to be number one ranking material, at least not yet. The names being thrown around are Paula Creamer, Alexis Thompson (who is a mere 15 years old), Michele Wie, and Cristie Kerr (who actually was ranked number one back in June of 2010 following her win at the LPGA Championship).

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2011 PGA Tour