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NFP’s Specialty Program | Hole-in-One U.S.A.
We’re a premier provider of golfers hole-in-one insurance for golf tournaments. As part of NFP – a leading independent insurance broker and consultant that provides commercial insurance for hole in one, corporate benefits, wealth management and, honestly, a whole lot more – not only do we keep your risk under wraps and your liabilities locked up, we support your tournament in every way we can, from sponsor and tee signs, to putting contests and shootout coverage.
Sinking Your Tournament’s Shot
The assurance that your winner will get paid is crucial to any hole-in-one contest.
When you choose to work with us you don’t have to question your underwriting. Our golfers hole-in-one insurance is supported by the financial strength of Zurich North America. With their partnership, we’ve paid out millions of dollars in prizes over the years. The only question is; what prize do you want your golfers to shoot for?
A hole-in-one contest will increase excitement at your charity golf tournament, but why not have a prize that does more? Our charity cash split option lets you choose the main prize dollar amount – if that fateful shot falls in the hole, the golfer receives half the money and the other half is donated to your charity or organization.
Give your golfers more reasons to talk about your golf tournament with a hole-in-one contest from NFP and Hole-in-One U.S.A.
A Trusted Industry Partner
When it comes to your tournament’s hole-in-one insurance for golfers, choose to work with an established and trusted partner in the business. We partner across the industry to best coordinate your coverage regarding insurance for hole-in-one.
- The exclusive administrator of the Corporate Toyota Hole-in-One Program
- The exclusive administrator of the Corporate Lexus Hole-in-One Program
- The approved vendor for the Honda and Acura eMall program
- An approved vendor for the FCA MarketCenter; available to all Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep and Ram dealers
- Partners with 20 PGA Sections and State Golf Associations