Admissions/Lost & Found: Assist with selling
tournament tickets at admissions gate, check for proper admission
credentials, distribute spectator guides and pairing sheets at all
entrance gates, provide general information to spectators, collect
prohibited items, and maintain Lost & Found.
Caddies Services: Assist with Professional Caddie
registration and caddie services throughout tournament week.
Distribute and collect towels, caddie bibs, wash caddie bibs
nightly, etc. On Wednesday of tournament week, assist with
registration and management of the Pro-Am Amateur caddie
Corporate Hospitality: Provide information and
assistance to corporate clients to ensure the best possible
experience. Ensure only properly credentialed clients are allowed
in private hospitality areas. Assist Marshals with noise control
when players approach hospitality areas. Some client interaction
Course Prep/Construction: Assist with on-course
preparation before, during and after the Championship week. This
committee will work closely with PGA TOUR operations staff. May
include some manual labor.
First Aid/Medical: Provide emergency medical care
service and medical assistance on tournament grounds during
Tournament Week. Professionally trained medical personnel (doctors,
paramedics and EMT's) only need apply. ** Active medical license
Golf Carts: Control inventory and distribution of
tournament golf carts.
Golf Events: Assist with set-up, tear down,
registration, operations and event logistics for the following
events: Legends of the Game Pro-Am (Monday, Oct. 28), Pairings
Party (evening of Tuesday, Oct. 29), Official Pro-Am (Wednesday,
Oct. 30), Am-Am (Monday, Nov. 4). Volunteers are required to work
three of the four events listed.
Honorary Observer Management: Assist with
implementation and operation of tournament guests granted access to
walk inside the ropes. Assist with logistics, credential
distribution, guidelines, escorting guests to #1 tee, and managing
Long Drive: Record yardage on long drive holes
using scoring device provided to you by PGA TOUR staff.
Marshals: Responsible for crowd management,
gallery noise control and will assist with the player movement on
and off the course due to rain delays or whenever deemed necessary.
Assigned to a specific hole for the week.
Media Services: Assist Media Officials with
registration and the welcoming of local and national journalists.
Oversee general operation of Media Center.
Office Support: Assist in the Tournament Office
prior to and during the tournament by providing general
administrative duties to include answering the phones, answering
questions, taking ticket orders, and assisting with large
Player Services: Assist PGA TOUR staff in
providing exceptional service to the players throughout
Championship week. Act as a concierge for the players including
player registration and answering questions from the players and/or
their family members.
Practice Area: Set-up and maintain the practice
facility for the players by stocking and distributing practice
range balls, drinks, snacks, etc. Provide gallery control of the
practice areas and regulate access for the contestants and
Shuttles on Course: Assist with golf carts as they
are used for shuttles and transportation on course. Responsible for
transporting players and caddies to/from specific areas determined
and approved by rules committee.
Special Events: Assist with the coordination,
set-up, tear down, registration and operations for all special
events prior to and during tournament week. Events include, but are
not limited to, Media Day, Volunteer Appreciation Party, Youth
Clinic, Military Appreciation Day, and other Charles Schwab Cup
Special Needs Guest Services: Provide cart
transportation for disabled spectators to and from the bus drop at
the main entrance and disabled parking to designated areas on the
Standard Bearers: Walk inside the ropes carrying
standards and marking scores with each group during competitive
play and Official Pro-Am (Wed-Sun).
Supply Distribution: Distribute non-alcoholic
beverages, coolers on course, and spectator information to
appropriate committees. Committee requires lifting of products
(ice, beverages and coolers, spectator guides).
Transportation: Provide transportation to players
and VIP guests before, during and after the tournament. Assist with
the inventory and control the distribution of official tournament
vehicles. Committee also assists in the return of vehicles after
the tournament. Drivers must be at least 25 years old and provide a
valid driver's license. This Committee sometimes requires a lot of
downtime due to its unpredictable schedule.
TV Spotter: Assist Golf Channel with tournament
responsibilities including carrying microphones and equipment for
Golf Channel staff.
Volunteer Headquarters: Responsible for the
operation and management of the Volunteer Headquarters Tent during
tournament week. This is for the exclusive use of credentialed
volunteers. Assist with full food and beverage operations within
the volunteer dining area. Assist Division Chairmen with Volunteer
Volunteer Pool: Available "on call" to help out
wherever needed; Be on-site during tournament week to assist any
Committee that requests extra help at the last minute due to
volunteers not showing up for their shift or simply being busier
Volunteer Uniforms: Inventory and distribute
volunteer apparel. Responsibilities include management of uniform
distribution, apparel exchanges, sales and returns. Volunteers will
need to be available prior to tournament week (various dates in
October TBD) to assist with Uniform Distribution.
Walking Scorers: Record statistics and scores for
players on a Palm Pilot as part of the ShotLink system. Must be
able to walk 18 holes and attend a MANDATORY meeting (10/26).
Walking scorer Volunteers must work Wednesday (10/30). Each scorer
works either Thursday (10/31) or Friday (11/1), and either Saturday
(11/2) or Sunday (11/3).
Will Call/Credentials: Responsible for the
operation of the Will Call office (off-course) and assist with
distribution of credentials that have been ordered in advance or
left for pickup for future rounds. Assist with controlling the
issuance of badges and tickets to the Admissions Committee and to