Before selecting your three (3) committee preferences, please read the descriptions of each committee below. Please note when each committee will be active, as some will require you to work before and after championship week. Volunteers will be asked to work at least 3 shifts. The minimum age for volunteers is 18 years old, unless otherwise specified. It is important to be aware that most assignments for the NV5 Invitational will require walking or standing for long periods of time.
Volunteers will be located at the admissions gate to welcome and greet spectators each day. Upgraded ticket sales will be facilitated at the gate. Volunteers will be familiar of general tournament information and course layout to facilitate spectator questions. Committee is active Thursday-Sunday.
Committee is responsible for registering caddies for the tournament on Monday-Wednesday of tournament week. Volunteers are responsible for the Caddie Bib collection and redistribution Thursday-Sunday. Volunteers will rotate among Caddie Headquarters and the scoring area to interact with the caddies as needed. Committee is active Monday-Sunday.
Volunteers will welcome corporate guests, verify proper credentials and give directions to hospitality venues. They will provide information and support to hospitality hosts and their guests, ensuring the tournament’s supporters have a positive and memorable experience each day. Volunteers are responsible for controlling access into restricted areas around the course, mainly the clubhouse. A credential board will be provided, displaying which credentials are allowed at each access point. Committee is active Thursday-Sunday.
Responsible for crowd control and helping players find lost golf balls. Marshals get a unique opportunity to work inside the ropes and see the action up close. A familiarity with the prohibited items is necessary to help enforce this policy on the course. A basic knowledge of the rules and regulations of a golf course are also necessary. The assignment is done outdoors and requires standing for long periods of time. Committee is active Monday-Sunday.
Volunteers will be shuttling spectators to various locations in and around the golf course via golf cart. They will also be shuttling players off the 9th and 10th tees when round is complete during split-tee play days. Players will also be shuttled to and from the practice areas to the clubhouse and putting green. This may involve early mornings and late nights. Volunteers must be over 25 years of age and have a valid driver’s license. Committee is active Monday-Sunday.
Volunteers will be responsible for stocking beverages, ice, and snacks to respective areas on the course and various locations in the clubhouse. This committee requires early mornings and heavy lifting. Committee is active Monday-Sunday.
Volunteers will accompany each group of players. This committee requires volunteers who can carry the double-sided standard that keep the gallery advised of each player’s score- weighs approximately 7 pounds. Volunteers must be in good physical condition and be able to walk 18 holes at a pace to keep up with the players. Approximately 6 hours per day and extended periods of standing are required with this committee. Committee is active Thursday-Sunday.
Volunteer HQ and Training
Volunteers may be asked to assist in the Uniform and Credential packing process in the weeks leading up to Uniform Distribution. During distribution time frames, volunteers will help the tournament staff distribute uniforms and credentials. Volunteers will work the week of the tournament in the volunteer headquarters tent. During tournament week, volunteers will be in charge of the operation of the volunteer hospitality venue. Duties will include: answering volunteer questions, conducting uniform exchanges, assisting meal vendors, and keeping the venue clean. Early mornings will be required for volunteer headquarters. Committee is active Monday-Sunday of tournament week and volunteer training and uniform distribution sessions as well.
Walking Scorer volunteers will accompany each group of players, use a handheld device to track statistics and results, and report scores by radio to Scoring Central. It is essential to have knowledge of golf and be in good physical condition with the ability to walk 18 holes at a pace to keep up with the players. Long days are required, around 6 hours per day. Committee is active Wednesday-Sunday.