Volunteering is an amazing way to get a behind-the-scenes look at a professional golf tournament, and experience up-close-and personal the operations of this exciting event.
Each PGA TOUR Champions event is a massive undertaking and the success of the Tournament depends on the commitment of a small army of volunteers. Each year, hundreds of volunteers donate their time to serve critical needs such as marshaling, scoring, transportation, hospitality services and many other important jobs.
Requirements to Volunteer
Age Requirements: Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age, unless a legal guardian signs the volunteer application and waiver. Volunteers 13 and under MUST volunteer with a parent or guardian.
Shifts: Volunteers are asked to complete a minimum of three (4-6 hour) shifts to qualify for the round of golf at Tiburón Golf Club. Most committees will have an a.m. and p.m. shift, however some committees are not asked to report until later in the day due to the tournament needs. The volunteer chairpersons will coordinate the schedule for their committees based on the specific shift information provided by the volunteer.
Volunteer Package: Costs $65 and includes one official golf shirt; hat or visor; jacket; volunteer pin; one volunteer badge allowing clubhouse access and free parking all week; four weekly grounds tickets; and breakfast and lunch for each day worked. Volunteers ages 21 and under are not required to pay for their volunteer uniform package.
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Additional information will be posted prior to the tournament.
Volunteer Uniform Distribution
We recommend you pick up your volunteer package on Uniform Distribution Days or at Volunteer Training.
Not required but strongly encouraged. Each session will include general tournament information and a breakout session with your committee chair. Please attend the correct session that corresponds to your committee assignment.
Details will be posted soon.
If you have any questions please click here to contact Volunteer Coordinator Sam Mok.