The ChurchWest Insurance Putting Challenge

Make your ministry's charity golf tournament even more memorable

ChurchWest Putting Challenge

The ChurchWest Insurance Putting Challenge is a progressive-putt challenge that benefits your charity and expands the appeal of your event by providing participants a chance to win $5,000 dollars for themselves and $5,000 dollars for your event's charity program. 

A putting contest can help you raise significant funds for your charity because a majority of tournament players will elect to participate. 

The ChurchWest Insurance Putting Challenge is a mini-tournament that lets players show off their putting skills for a fantastic cause – yours!

Here's how it works:

The Putting Challenge kicks off during your event's registration time. After registration, players can walk down to the course's putting green and take a shot at winning $10,000 dollars.

  • 1st putt: players that sink a 10-foot putt will receive two ChurchWest Callaway golf balls and move on to the 30-foot putt.
  • 2nd putt: players that make the 30-foot putt will receive a $50 dollar credit at the event course's Pro shop and move on to the 50-foot putt.
  • 3rd putt: players that make the 50-foot putt will win $5,000 dollars for themselves and $5,000 dollars for your event's charity program.
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ChurchWest Putting Challenge Finalist from ChurchWest on Vimeo.

There's no buy-in required by your players – in fact if they make the first putt the Challenge becomes a win-win scenario for them!

When your ministry's charity golfing event partners with ChurchWest Insurance you can be sure that your charity will gain not only the added bonus of a chance at extra funds for your cause, but a great way for golfers of all ages and skills to potentially win big. 


Ready to get started? Fill out the form on the right and we'll contact you about your event.

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