SCORING SERVICES DIVISION
Use a laser rangefinder to track the landing position of shots on and around the fairway. Laser operators are stationed on a fairway and should be physically able to stand at their laser position for the duration of their shift in potentially varied weather conditions. Laser operators should be comfortable with technology and focused on capturing data in a timely but accurate manner.
MARSHAL SERVICES DIVISION
TOURNAMENT SERVICES DIVISION
Manage sponsors and guests in hospitality venues by checking for proper credentials, greeting guests, and providing information as needed. Volunteers will also be asked to monitor venues to ensure they are kept in clean, working order. Volunteers will be stationed in groups at various hospitality venues on the course and need to be able to walk to and from the venue where they are stationed. Volunteers will be on their feet for most of the shift.
Active: Thursday – Sunday
PLAYER SERVICES DIVISION
Committee members welcome and register players for the tournament, providing them with necessary credentials. They also serve as a resource providing information about local amenities, general information about the tournament, the surrounding area, and overall concierge for other player needs. Once registration is complete volunteers will transition into greeting players, family, and guests entering the designated area for Breakfast and Lunch. Check credentials and monitor doors entering the dining area.
Active: Sunday – Sunday
VOLUNTEER SERVICES DIVISION
Inventory and distribute volunteer apparel prior to tournament week. Provide volunteer hospitality functions during the tournament. Set up and maintain food and beverage areas. Assist Marshal Chairpersons with on-course lunch and beverage delivery. Distribute volunteer uniforms and handle exchanges during tournament week. Minimal walking or standing. These volunteers may also fill in any last-minute needs and open spots in other committees.
Active: Advance weekend – Sunday