Volunteer Committee Descriptions

* Indicates morning shifts may begin as early as 5:45 am.

 

‘A’ Team – FULL

If you do not have a committee preference, you may select the ‘A’ Team. These volunteers will perform a variety of tasks throughout the event. This position is ideal for the problem solver that’s not afraid to fill in with different committees at different times. Monday-Sunday

 

Access Control – FULL

Work along side the hired security company to ensure tournament guests have the proper credentials to enter various areas, as well as helping with golf course access for players and patrons. Volunteers will be provided with a credential board, showing which credentials are allowed at each access point. Wednesday-Sunday

 

Admissions – FULL

Sell and issue daily tickets, manage Will Call, and scan tickets/credentials at the admissions gate. WednesdaySunday

 

Caddie Hospitality *

Volunteers will help make this a memorable experience for the caddies. These duties will include registering caddies, sorting and distributing the caddie bibs and towels, and provide information as needed. Volunteers on this committee will not serve as caddies during the tournament. Monday-Sunday

 

Disability Services

The Disability Services Committee will help transport spectators via golf carts and provide assistance to those whose physical limitations prevent them from accessing the tournament course. Thursday-Sunday

 

Marshals

Responsible for crowd control and helping players find lost golf balls. They get the unique opportunity to work inside the ropes and see the action up close. This committee requires standing for extended periods of time. Marshals will be asked to work full day shifts, which will be around 6 hours. WednesdaySunday

 

Merchandise – FULL

Assist with operating cash registers, customer service, and inventory inside the Merchandise area. Wednesday-Sunday

 

Practice Areas *

Manage the operation of the practice range and all other practice areas. Duties include, but not limited to collecting, sorting and distributing range balls and placing the appropriate nameplate to identify each player. Monday-Sunday

  

Pro-Am Operations – FULL

Volunteers will assist with the Pro-Am competition and make sure players have a memorable experience. Duties include registration of players, helping guests to their assigned golf carts, and assisting with Pro-Am gifting. Signing up to work all Wednesday of the Pro-Am will suffice for your three (3) total required shifts. 

 

Product Distribution *

Stock and deliver beverages, ice, and snacks to tee boxes and distribute daily pairing sheets. May require heavy lifting. Monday-Sunday

 

ShotLink Laser Operators

Volunteers will be trained on the ShotLink laser device, which measures and records shot data. This information is transmitted directly to the ShotLink truck and throughout the golf course. Golf knowledge is preferred. Check out our informative video HERE! Thursday-Sunday

  

Standard Bearers

Responsible for walking with a designated group of golfers and posting their scores on a standard; a portable status board that provides spectators with current information on how the players are scoring in relation to par for the entire tournament. Standard Bearers must have the endurance and strength to walk 18 holes. Junior volunteers (ages 13-17) preferred. Thursday-Sunday

 

TV Spotters

Work in conjunction with The Golf Channel in updating scoring information during their Live TV coverage. Must be able to walk 18 holes and work all four days. Golf knowledge is preferred and training will be provided. Thursday-Sunday

  

Volunteer Services – Radios and Golf Carts *

Responsible for assisting in the operation of the volunteer headquarters facility. This includes answering volunteer questions, assisting with check-in, conducting uniform exchanges, assisting meal vendors, and keeping the venue clean. This also includes the daily set-up and distribution of radios and golf carts during the tournament week. Monday-Sunday

 

Walking Scorers

Record accurate hole-by-hole information for each player in the group and transmit this information to Scoring Central via handheld computers. Must have thorough knowledge of golf, be comfortable working with a handheld computer and be able to walk 18 holes regardless of weather conditions. Training will be provided. Wednesday-Sunday

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