Volunteer Committees and Descriptions

Volunteer Committees and Descriptions

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Admissions and Main Entrance

Volunteers in this committee are responsible for scanning all tickets and credentials, assisting with walk-up sales, and managing will-call. Volunteers also support as Tournament Ambassadors, being the ‘first impression’ and greeting guests at the main entrance.
Shifts Available: Thursday-Sunday. Role may require early morning shifts, extended periods outside, extended periods standing, using a handheld technology device.

Caddie Services and Practice Area

Volunteers in this committee will be asked to help with a variety of tasks including not limited to: Caddie Registration, caddie bib management, and set-up and maintain the practice area (driving range, chipping area, and practice green) for players by stocking and distributing practice balls. Additionally, volunteers will provide gallery control of the practice area and regulate access to appropriate individuals. 
Shifts Available: Monday-Sunday. Role may require early morning shifts, late evening shifts, extended periods outside, and extended periods standing.

Driving Distance

Volunteers in this committee are responsible for using equipment with PGA Tour software to track landing positions and distance in real-time on two designated holes.
Shifts Available: Thursday-Sunday. Role may require early morning shifts, late evening shifts, extended periods outside, extended periods standing, and using a handheld technology device.

Hospitality and Access Control

Volunteers in this committee are responsible for checking credentials and monitoring access into various course locations including VIP hospitality, clubhouse, and others around the course. This is an important role in being ambassadors for the event and providing customer service to the tournament patrons.
Shifts Available: Monday-Sunday. Role may require early morning shifts, late evening shifts, extended periods outside, and extended periods standing.

Marshals

Volunteers in this committee are responsible for the safe and easy access from hole to hole for players and caddies. Marshals also ensure proper spectator conduct by signaling ‘quiet’ as players begin to play, spot balls in the fairway/rough, and manage a specific hole. Marshals are assigned to all 18 holes and each hole has multiple volunteers.
Shifts Available: Monday-Sunday. Role may require early morning shifts, late evening shifts, extended periods outside, and extended periods standing.

On-Course Services

Volunteers in this committee are responsible to deliver and stock ice and water to all tee boxes for player and caddies.
Shifts Available: Monday-Sunday. Role may require early morning shifts, heavy lifting, and extended periods outside.

Operations

Volunteers in this committee assist in the final preparations for the tournament and ensure proper set-up each morning prior to gates open. Volunteer duties include but are not limited to mesh fencing and hospitality structures, set-up hospitality areas each day, assist with the set-up and breakdown of electronic scoreboard, etc.
Shifts Available: Advance Week Thursday-Sunday, Tournament Week Monday-Sunday, Post Tournament Monday. Role may require early morning shifts, heavy lifting, and extended periods outside.

Player Services

Volunteers in this committee are responsible for Player Registration and player services (ticket request, information table, package distribution, etc.
Shifts Available: Monday-Sunday. Role may require early morning shifts and using a handheld technology device.

Pro-Am

Volunteers in this committee are responsible for helping the tournament staff set-up and execute the Wednesday Pro-Am including the Tuesday night Pairings Party.
Shifts Available: Tuesday and Wednesday. Role may require late evening shifts and extended periods standing.

Standard Bearers

Volunteers in this committee are responsible for walking all 18 holes with a specific group. Standard Bearers carry a sign that displays the scores and edit the display as scores change for players within the group. Requirements include ability to walk 18 holes and carry a sign.
Shifts Available: Thursday-Sunday. Role may require early morning shifts, late evening shifts, heavy lifting, extended periods outside, and extended periods standing.

Transportation and Shuttles

Volunteers in this committee are responsible for the shuttle service vans provided for volunteers and caddies, evacuation cars around the golf course, and on-course shuttles.
Shifts Available: Monday-Sunday. Role may require early morning shifts and late evening shifts.

Volunteer HQ

Volunteers in this committee are responsible for the overall operation of the volunteer HQ including volunteer check-in, uniform management, answering questions, and making sure all assignments are covered. Restocking of snacks and beverages for volunteers.
Shifts Available: Monday-Sunday. Role may require early morning shifts, late evening shifts, heavy lifting, extended periods outside, extended periods standing, using a handheld technology device.

Walking Scorers and Scoring Control

Volunteers in this committee are responsible for walking 18 holes inside the ropes with a specific pairing group. Volunteers will carry a handheld smart device with PGA Tour software and input stroke, scoring and statistical information. Scorers will carry a radio for constant contact with tour staff. Volunteers will also score the Pro-Am tournament at scoring stations using the GolfGenius application. This committee is crucially important as each pairing group needs a scorer to keep real-time data for each player. Saturday and Sunday scorers must work at least two shifts Wednesday-Friday. Volunteers must have golf knowledge and training is MANDATORY.
Shifts Available: Wednesday-Sunday. Role may require early morning shifts, late evening shifts, extended periods outside, extended periods standing, and using a handheld technology device.