We offer custom prize packages

We offer custom prize packages

We have hole-in-one packages for every event that will fit every budget.  If you can think of it, we can help you create it!  From extravagant trips, to bucket list golf excursions.  From jewelry and shopping sprees to outdoor kitchens or home improvements.  From motorcycles, boats, cars, trucks or SUV’s, the opportunities are endless!

Everyone loves cash!  Any value you can think of can be offered as a main hole-in-one prize.

Offer a 50/50 cash split for charity.  If a golfer makes a hole-in-one, half of the cash prize will go to the shot maker and the other half will go to your charity.

Allow us the opportunity to assist you with creating something amazing for your next event.

Each of our hole-in-one packages include bonus hole-in-one prizes for the remaining par 3’s (up to 3 total).
Examples of these prizes could be:
-A driver of your choice 
-A Yeti cooler and tumbler package
-Club Glove travel bag
-A year’s supply of Srixon golf balls
-Apple products
-Pro Shop credit
and more…
Yeti Prize option

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Enhance Your Golf Event

Perfect for Fundraising Golf Tournaments: Raise more money for your organization by offering a desirable prize for the golfer who makes a hole-in-one! For the charity, it is a low-cost, no-risk item that can be added to make for an unforgettable event! Increase sponsorship by offering “front and center” advertising – a weather-proof sign, customized with their logo, placed at the tee.

Coast to Coast Hole in One has a creative and attentive staff with over 75+ combined years of golf and hole-in-one industry experience.  Please contact us and give us a chance to show you our first-class customer service.

In golf, a hole-in-one (also known as an ace) occurs when a ball hit from a tee to start a hole finishes in the cup. A ball hit from a tee following a lost ball, out-of-bounds, or water hazard is not a hole-in-one.

Holes-in-one commonly occur on par 3 holes, the shortest distance holes on a standard size golf course. Longer hitters have also accomplished this feat on longer holes, though nearly all par 4 and par 5 holes are too long for golfers to reach in a single shot. While well known outside golf and often requiring a well hit shot and significant power, holes in one need also a significant element of luck. As such, they are more common and considered less impressive than other hole accomplishments such as completing a par 5 in two shots (an albatross).As of October 2008, a condor (four under par) hole-in-one on a par 5 hole had been recorded on four occasions, aided by thin air at high altitude, or by cutting the corner on a doglegged or horseshoe-shaped hole.