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Brian House


(317) 716-9985

P.O. Box 50773
Indianapolis, IN 46250

Some Major Prize Winners

Tad Benoit from Merrillville, IN made a 50' putt for $7,500 at the Tri-Town Safety Village golf outing.

John Bowerman made a Hole-In-One on hole #7 blue at Briar Ridge C.C. in Schererville, IN. John won a stay and play package at the Brickyard Crossing Golf Resort.

James Gothard of Lafayette, IN made a Hole-In-One at the IMG golf outing at Highland Country Club's hole #4 for a cool $20,000.

Three players made a Hole In One at different events but for the same prize - a weekend stay and golf at the Belterra Resort & Casino.

Bill Keaffaber of Kokomo, IN made a putt for $5,000 at Wildcat Creek GC in Kokomo. The $5,000 grand prize was split with the charity that day -The United Way of Howard County.

Jason Shinn of Farmland, IN made a Hole In One at the Ritters Frozen Custard Golf Outing at Brickyard Crossing hole #7.

Richard Altman of Greenwood, IN made a Hole In One at the Riverview Hospital Memorial Foundation Golf Outing at PebbleBrook Golf Course hole #11N.

Jeff Deakyne of Lafayette, IN won a trip to the Bear Trace for a Hole-in-One at the Gene Keady / Cyctic Fibrosis outing - hole #2 on the Kampen Course.



91-year old Clifford Sherwood(left) hit a Hole-In-One at Antler Point GC in Rushville, IN at the Sen. Bob Jackman (right) annual golf outing. Mr. Sherwood received a $30,000, 20-foot, Four Winns boat provided by Brownies Marina.

Randy Knach of Columbia City, IN hit a Hole-In-One on hole #4 at the Brickyard Crossing GC to win a set of Wilson Irons.

James Twomey of Indpls, IN made a Hole In One at the Epilepsy Foundation Golf Outing at the Golf Club of Indiana hole #17.

Greg Turnbull of Carmel, IN made a 50' putt for $5,000 at the Progress House outing at the Brickyard.



Tony Hurst (above) of Greenfield, IN made a Hole-In-One at Maple Creek CC in Indianapolis for a Saturn Vue. Tony was participating in the Hemophilia of Indiana annual golf outing.

Chris Miller of Greensburg, IN hit a hole-in-one to win a $10,000 boat from Brownies Marina.

Mathew Quigley of Tipton, IN also sank a 50-footer at the Tipton Rotary golf outing for a cool $5,000.

Harold Skillman of Indianapolis hit a $10,000 putt at the Wayne Township Education Foundation outing (and donated his half back to the foundation).

Randy Meeks of Indianapolis (left) won a 2004 H2 Hummer at the Standard Management Charitable Trust Golf Outing. Congratulating Randy is Ron Hunter of Standard Mangement.

John Soltan (right) of Indianapolis made a hole-in-one at Hickory Stick GC in Greenwood during an Indiana Restaurant Association. He won a golf trip to Scotland.


John Floyd sank a 50 foot putt at the Kokomo CC. He split the $10,000 prize with the
St. Joseph Hospital Foundation who sponsored the event.
Left to right: John Floyd, Brian House, Todd Mosier, director of the St. Joseph Foundation.

Mr. Chang made a Hole-In-One on the 17th Hole
at Orchard Ridge CC in Ft. Wayne, IN for a $25,000 boat

And at that same tournament, Howard Sandler got another Hole-In-One and won a $22,000 Nissan.

$5,000 Putt for Cash contest at Plum Creek for the St. Vincent/Kiwanis golf outing.
Pictured from left to right Duke Haddad, Dr. Jim Nevin (winner), Brian House

There were 4 major Hole-in-One winners in 2001 including Dr. David Burns
of Ft. Wayne who won a trip to attend the 2002 Masters.

Matthew Quigley after the Tipton Rotary Club outing

Lisa Baize of the Wayne Township Education Foundation receives
their check courtesy of Harold Skillman.

Randy Lambert (right) of Pittsboro receives a check for $5,000 from Brian House of Tournament Promotions Midwest. Randy sank a putt during the "Putt-for-Cash" contest at Stony Creek Golf Course. Splitting the $10,000 total prize was Girls, Inc. the benefiting charity for The Network of Women in Business annual golf outing.

Pat Keogan of Elkhart, IN sank a putt for $5,000 at the annual Christiana Creek CC Invitational.

At the invitation of Tim Stottlemyer (Account Executive, T&C - Central Region), Newcourt Financial sponsored a $10,000 putting contest for the Woodland Country Club Christmas Charity benefiting over 200 needy children in Hamilton County, Indiana.

The event raised over $30,000 for the charity. Newcourt and Tim received skyline billing in that one of the golfers dropped a 50-foot putt winning the $10,000, and immediately donated $5,000 back to the charity.