Volunteer

Would you like to become a TPC Colorado tournament volunteer? Not only will you get to see the players, but you’ll enjoy a number of benefits as well. Read the details below, and contact us if you have questions about becoming a volunteer.

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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers:

Get a front row seat to witness the climb to the PGA Tour. The TPC Colorado Championship is seeking volunteers to assist in executing the Web.com Tour event in Colorado.

Whether you’re a golf novice, an avid fan, a new volunteer, or have been a volunteer for years at previous events, there is a place for you. Volunteers are an integral part to make the first of many tournaments a success at TPC Colorado.

Volunteer registration for the 2019 TPC Colorado Championship at Heron Lakes is now closed.
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Volunteer Package: $50

  • Golf Shirt
  • Hat or Visor
  • Drawstring Bag
  • 2 Weekly Tickets
  • Parking Pass
  • Volunteer Badge
  • Opportunity to play TPC Colorado on the designated Volunteer Golf Day (If You Work at Least 15 Hours)
  • Breakfast and Lunch provided on the days you work

(Over $350 Value in Package)

Get in on the action and become a volunteer. Register Now!

Volunteer FAQ

Registration will open March 1, 2019 and applications will be processed on a first come, first-serve basis.
Yes. Junior volunteers must be at least 14 years old to volunteer for the TPC Colorado Championship at Heron Lakes. Use code “junior2019” when registering. Volunteer positions include Standard Bearer, Range, and Runners. If your child is under 16, he or she must be accompanied by an adult.
The volunteer package costs $50 and includes a shirt, hat, backpack, and meal for each shift worked, as well as tickets for family and friends and many other perks.
No. However, every volunteer will receive 2 weekly tickets to give to their family and friends. Your volunteer credential will serve as your ticket into the tournament.
All volunteers will be required to volunteer a minimum of three shifts each lasting approximately five to six hours. Volunteers are responsible for arriving to their assigned positions on time. The Web.com Tour and tournament staff will conduct training sessions for each committee in July. Volunteers are expected to attend their training session which will last approximately one hour.
After the completion of 15 hours, volunteers will have the opportunity to play TPC Colorado during the designated volunteer golf day.
Yes. Please indicate on your volunteer application who you would like to work with. Include their first and last name as well as committee

Volunteer Committees

Admissions/Will-Call: Volunteers will sell and issue daily tickets, manage will-call function, and check tickets/credentials at admissions gates. When needed, you will hand out promotional giveaways as spectators arrive. Volunteers also welcome and assist guests and answer questions (Tuesday-Sunday).

Caddie Hospitality: Prior to play, members of this committee will be asked to staff caddie registration. During tournament rounds, members of the caddie hospitality committee will be responsible for distributing and collecting the caddie bibs. This committee also collects a list of potential caddies for the week (Monday-Sunday).

Construction/Ecology: This committee is responsible for the maintenance of the trash receptacles throughout the tournament grounds. They will also assist in set up and tear down of the course (Saturday Advance to Monday After).

Golf Carts: This committee will be responsible for the control of all on-site cart inventory and distribution of golf carts to authorized personnel (Sunday-Sunday).

Marshals: Ensure players are not disturbed during play, spot balls, assist with starting tents when necessary, and enforce crowd control and golf etiquette among spectators (Thursday-Sunday).

Media Services: This committee handles most media relations leading up to, during, and after the tournament. Duties include setting up and running the media room during the tournament (Monday-Sunday).

On-Course Services: Stock and deliver on-course refreshments to various locations around the course and distribute pairing sheets. This may require heavy lifting (Sunday-Sunday).

Parking:  This committee will be responsible for directing cars into the designated parking areas (Tuesday-Sunday).

Partner Hosts and Access Control: The Access Control Committee will assist with checking credentials at key locations around course. Those with good customer service skills will make good committee members (Monday-Sunday).

Player Services: This committee will be responsible for player registration and player services (Monday-Sunday).

Practice Areas: This committee manages the daily operation of the driving range and all other practice areas. Duties include placing appropriate nameplates to identify each player (Tuesday-Sunday).

Pro-Am/Special Events: This committee will assist with pro-am, pairings party, and clinics, as well as other special events during the week. Their responsibilities include, but are not limited to, greeting, registration, and distribution of gifts and tear-down during the special events (Monday-Sunday).

Runners/Scoring Central: This committee is responsible for verifying all walking scorers on course are reporting scores and supplying help to the scorers if there are questions or issues pertaining to their system or group. They will support Web.com Tour staff in the finishing area as well as running the scorecards to the Web.com Tour truck from the finishing area (Thursday-Sunday).

Standard Bearers: Committee members are responsible for carrying a two-sided scoring standard, which is a portable status board, and for posting players’ scores to keep spectators informed on how each player stands with respect to par. Junior Volunteers are eligible for this committee (Thursday-Sunday).

Starters: This committee is responsible for announcing Pro-Am players and tournament players as they approach the tee box to begin a round as well as approaching the final hole (Wednesday-Sunday).

Tournament Office: Members of this committee will assist the tournament staff prior to the start and during the event in the tournament office (Advance Week-Sunday).

Transportation/Shuttles: This committee is responsible for transporting players to #10, as well as picking players up who finish at #9. This committee also assists in course evacuation (Monday-Sunday).

Volunteer Services: Volunteers of this committee will aid in check-in at Volunteer Headquarters (VHQ) and help to maintain a hospitable and welcoming environment for our volunteers in VHQ. They will also assist with volunteer training in advance of tournament week (Monday-Sunday).

Walking Scorers: This committee records accurate hole-by-hole information for each player in their group then transmits this information to Scoring Central via handheld computers. A volunteer must have thorough knowledge of golf, be comfortable working with handheld computers, and be able to walk 18 holes of golf regardless of the weather (Thursday-Sunday).