Example of a Putting Contest Add-On
Select contestants through a random draw in a raffle or through a skills contest on the practice green prior to the event. A skills contest allows every player a putt from 5 feet.
Everyone who makes the 5 foot putt from the skills contest, comes back for the semi finals. In the semi finals, the closest to the hole or the one who makes it from 10 feet moves on to the finals.
3Advance to Finals
For the finals, you’ll set up a putt on a different green or from a different direction at 60 feet or more. The finalist golfer will take one putt from 60 feet, if they make the putt National Hole-In-One pays $2,500 for the prize.
Contest add-ons are the perfect way to add excitement and spruce up any event or golf tournament with fun additional ways to win cash or prizes. We offer everything from putting add-ons, envelope draw add-ons to shootout add-ons, all are quick, easy and simple to implement.
Finish your event with a big bang with a Shootout Add-On. Allow players who qualified in the event through closest to the pin or any other method a chance to go to the 18th hole and shoot from 165 yards for a prize up to $100,000.
|# Of Contestants||Yard||Cost||Prize Value|
|2 Contestants||165 yards||$100||$100,000|
|4 Contestants||165 yards||$100||$50,000|
Million Dollar Shots
Get an Add-On with a Million Dollar Shootout from as low as $170.
Take one contestant from 165 yards with a chance to win $1,000,000 payable in 480 equal monthly installments. The cost of this is only $170 and is a quick final event with a chance to get everyone together for the big shot.
$5,000 Envelope Draw
At the Awards Ceremony a contestant will be given the opportunity to select two (2) envelopes out of twenty (20) envelopes and open the two (2) envelopes. If the person opens the correct two (2) envelopes revealing: “Grand” and “Prize”, then the person would win $5,000. Otherwise they win a selected golf prize.
Client Will Receive:
- 1 – Envelope to read: “Grand”
- 1 – Envelope to read: “Prize”
- 18 – Envelopes to read: “Selected Golf Club”