Stock Yards Bank $1 Million Dollar Hole-in-One Golf Contest℠
Thursday, April 19 – Saturday, April 29, 2018*
10:00 AM – 8:30 PM
*Closed Saturday, April 21
Sunday, April 29, 2018
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
6:00 PM: Semi-Finals
Tuesday, May 1, 2018
6:00 PM: Finals at Hole #8, Seneca Golf Course
Senior Special 10:00AM – 2:00PM Weekdays (62+) / 2 for 1
Jr. Day: 10 AM – 8:30 PM Sunday, April 22 / 2 for 1
First Responders and Veterans Day: 10 AM – 8:30PM Monday, April 23 / 2 for 1
Ladies Day: 10 AM – 8:30 PM Tuesday, April 24 / 2 for 1
We keep trying to give the money away! In its 29th year, the $1 million dollar prize is still up for grabs in the finals of the $1 Millon Dollar Hole-In-One Golf Contest. Anyone from beginners to scratch golfers can take a shot. If no one gets the million, they can still walk away with a terrific First Prize, $5,000!
Preliminaries are held for 10 days. Next year’s challenge begins Thursday, April 19, 2018 and runs through Sunday, April 29. The Hole-In-One is open daily, except Saturday, April 21. Each golf ball is only $1. Get 10 FREE golf balls with the purchase of a $7 Pegasus Pin at the event.
Each day, ten people will qualify to advance to the Semi-Finals. All Hole-In-One qualifiers will go directly to the Finals at Seneca Golf Course, Hole #8 on Tuesday, May 1. All others who qualified, will advance to the Semi-Finals and will be given 3 shots to try to proceed to the Finals. (Those who proceed to the Finals are those hitting closest to the hole, filling the remaining spaces of the 56 total Finalist positions.) There will be 56 positions available at the Finals, so there is a lot of opportunity. (Hold that thought: you don’t get the million unless a hole-in-one is made in the actual Finals…but not bad for a day’s work.) If there is not a hole-in-one at the Finals, the closest to the hole will receive $5,000. The qualifier shot is 100 yards for everyone. The Finals shot is 150 yards for men and 135 yards for women.
|1||Les Terwilliger||2′ 4”|
|3||Steve Armes||22′ 9”|
|4||Denny Merrifield||24′ 7”|
|5||Adam Jackson||29′ 1/2″|