Hole-in-One U.S.A. was started in 1991 by our President, David C. Nelson, CPA with a strong passion for amateur golf that still persists today. That year David typed 35 total contracts on his trusty typewriter, taking care of each client individually.
The company has grown over the years and we now handle thousands of contracts annually paying out many hole-in-one winners throughout the year. We don’t have the typewriter any more, but we still try to keep the personal touch that the business was built upon with every client that we work with.
At Hole-in-One U.S.A. we are very proud that all of our hole-in-one contracts are 100% underwritten by Zurich North America. Our clients can feel assured in knowing that every contract and every value is 100% covered every time. No umbrella policy, no self-insuring, no funny business.
The biggest value of working with Hole-in-One U.S.A. is our knowledgeable staff. We have over one hundred years of combined experience and a high level of dedication, giving you the very best in customer service. After all, we wouldn’t be here today without our clients.
We recognize that it is important to be a valued partner with those that work with us and we have been trusted by many organizations as a preferred insurance provider. Our first partnership started over twenty years ago when we became the exclusive administrator for Toyota & Lexus Financial Services Hole-in-One Program. We currently have a dozen automobile industry partners and over 25 golf industry partners that trust us as a preferred provider.
While we are honored to be a trusted partner of so many great companies and associations, we know that it’s the individual tournaments and clients that make us who we are today.
If you have worked with us in the past 25 years we would like to say thank you for your continued trust and we look forward to working with your events for years to come. If you haven’t worked with us yet we would appreciate the opportunity to earn your trust and bring an additional level of excitement to your next event.