All Smiles at Cry for the Moon Golf Day!

It was all smiles at Cry for the Moon’s Golf Day – Roger Fidler, a member of Effingham Golf Club found the hole with his very first shot on the 13th! The Cry for the Moon Golf Day, in aid of children hospice charity was held at Guildford Golf Club – and lucky for Roger it was sponsored by Guildford Hyundai. Our big, bright and beautiful sign boards next to the tee did nothing but galvanised Mr. Fidler with a laser like focus. Guildford Hyundai, a proud sponsor of the event had out up one of their fantastic cars a prize for any hole in ones.

Roger, who had never previously hit a hole in one, discovered he was driving home in style after approaching the green trying to find his ball! “It wasn’t until we walked up to the green, with no sign of a ball, that I realised it was in the hole. I’ve been playing golf for over 25 years and have never come close. It’s an amazing feeling and I’m absolutely delighted.”

A Mr. Stephen Sutton organised a great event for the bespoke jewellers Cry for the Moon, raising £3,000 for charity!

https://www.cftm.co.uk/ Cry for the Moon Jewellers - An independent jewellers for fine diamond and gem stone antique and modern pieces, plus workshop, in Guildford.

Worldwide Hole ‘N One have been adding this kind of excitement and drama to Golf Days all over the world – for over 20 years! Our signboards give sponsors a real platform to advertise their involvement – and the Lloyds Insurance cover give organisers like Steven peace of mind to enjoy the day! To get a quote click here and make sure you follow us on twitter – @worldwideholen1 for the latest news!

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16th May 2018

Golf Sixes Success

Golf Sixes was a step into the unknown for Worldwide Hole ‘n One, but it didn’t take long for us to realize what a fantastic, enjoyable, exciting event we were a part of. From the booming introductions on the first tee, to the gasps and cheers on the 5th green – the entire weekend had an air of excitement, really showcasing what Golf has to offer.

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