Registration for the 2013 SAS Championship presented by Bloomberg Businessweek is now open.
If you have questions about volunteering please contact Alison Mangini with the tournament staff at email@example.com.
Admissions: Staff ticket booth and Will Call areas and assist security to ensure all patrons have proper credentials.
Caddie Services: Ensure caddies are properly accommodated, credentialed, and registered throughout Tournament Week.
Corporate Hospitality: Serve as credential checkpoints at various hospitality points on course. Also provide information for patrons in hospitality areas as well as distribute Spectator Exit Surveys
Driving Range: Maintain a suitable, secure area for all contestants by organizing range balls, beverages, id signs, and verifying credentials.
^Long Drive Holes: Record the professionals driving distance, using range finders, on two of the tournament holes.
Marshals: Provide a comfortable environment for all participants, and ensure spectator safety to the best of your ability.
Media Center: Assist with general operations of the Media Center and promotion of the Tournament.
Office Support: Answer phones, coordinate mailings, and fulfill general office and project needs prior to and throughout Tournament Week.
Player Services & Finance: Register Champions Tour professionals, handle entry fees, and provide professionals with local information and guidance.
Pro-Am: Assist with amateur registration and gift bag assembly and distribution prior to / during / or after shotguns and at the Pairings Party.
Score Board: Update manual leader board on 18th fairway, provide assistance to tournament staff with Honorary Observer Program.
Shuttles: Transport Champions Tour professionals, Volunteers, and approved witnesses from greens to tees.
*Standard Bearers: Carry a standard with the names and scores of a group of Champions Tour professionals throughout a round of play.
Starters: Staff the Starting Tents, distributing scorecards to Champions Tour professionals and keeping water and snacks stocked.
Transportation: Transport professionals, their spouses, Tournament staff, and VIPs to various locations. Nontraditional hours are sometimes needed. Courtesy vehicles provided.
Volunteer Headquarters: Check in volunteers, maintain a comfortable work environment for them during the Tournament and fill-in where necessary.
Volunteer Uniforms: Distribute uniforms to Volunteers at Volunteer Orientation (date TBD) and during Tournament Week.
*^Walking Scorers: Walk with designated group throughout a round of play, recording strokes and statistics in a hand-held device.
*Supply Distribution: Distribute water and snacks and lunches to various locations throughout the course.
*Requires a significant amount of physical activity and stamina.
^Requires training provided by the Champions Tour.