Volunteer registration will launch in the Spring of 2015.
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. Pick up and return player courtesy cars as needed at beginning and end of tournament. 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.