A Hole-In-One Could Be Worth $1 Million - Quicken Loans Zing Blog

Through the first three full tournaments of the Quicken Loans Hole-In-One-Sweepstakes, one thing is clear: PGA TOUR professionals have pinpoint precision.

It all started at the Quicken Loans National at Congressional Country Club. Peter Hanson used a 4-iron to ace the 222-yard second hole, marking the first hole-in-one of the sweepstakes. One week later, in the final round of the Greenbrier Classic at the Old White TPC, George McNeill and Bud Cauley recorded hole-in-ones, making it three aces in two weeks! McNeill used a 4-iron to ace the 219-yard no. 8 hole. Cauley aced the 176-yard 18th hole with a 7-iron. At the most recent tournament, the John Deere Classic, Charles Howell III aced the third hole from 132 yards out at TPC Deere Run.

Each hole-in-one was a welcome sight for Arline Deacon, Angelisa Annichiarico and Janet Alexander, the first three randomly-selected winners of the Quicken Loans Hole-In-One Sweepstakes. Howell III’s ace made David Walker another happy winner.

If you’re not familiar with the sweepstakes, here’s how it works: Each time a PGA TOUR professional records an ace during an official PGA TOUR event in the 2014 calendar year, Quicken Loans will award one lucky winner a year’s worth of mortgage payments. On top of that, 60 additional random entrants will receive a monthly mortgage payment on their home.

To enter, visit PGATOUR.com/QuickenLoans now through December 6, 2014, at 11:59 p.m. ET. To be eligible, entrants must be at least 18 years of age and a U.S. citizen. You may only register once, although you can earn up to 10 additional entries by inviting friends and family members to enter.

Don’t wait. Enter now!

 

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