Volunteer Positions

Volunteer Opportunities

2017 Volunteer registration is now open.

A variety of volunteer positions are required to make the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am a success. Scan the list below to find your ideal position.

(Monday–Sunday):
Register the caddies; distribute information, food, beverages, bibs and towels, retrieve bibs and towels, help with daily clean-up of hospitality tent. Must work a minimum of 3 days. Priority given to previous volunteers.

(Thursday–Sunday):
Serve as a host and check credentials for entrance to this hospitality venue. New volunteers considered with a recommendation from a current committee volunteer. Must work a minimum of 3 shifts.

(Thursday–Sunday):
Coordinate all communications regarding scoring. May have to climb ladders and work on elevated platforms. Must work a minimum of 3 days.

(Thursday–Sunday):
Serve as a host and check credentials for entrance to this hospitality venue. Must work a minimum of 3 days. Priority given to previous committee volunteers. New volunteers considered with a recommendation from a current committee volunteer.

(Monday–Sunday):
Move MPF office to and from tournament location, move committee supplies from MPF warehouse to their onsite locations, assist in contestant gift distribution, receive and deliver mail at the tournament, deliver headwear and gifts to volunteer committees. Must work a minimum of 4 days.

(Thursday–Sunday):
Coordinate the honorary observers that accompany designated foursomes on course.

(Thursday–Sunday):
Volunteers “shoot” each ball with a survey-grade laser. May be on an elevated platform or required to stand for long periods of time. Knowledge of the game of golf is preferred. Must work all 4 days.
Volunteers are required to attend the training session either the Sunday or Wednesday before tournament play begins.

(Tuesday–Sunday):
Promote a positive atmosphere for players and spectators, provide gallery control, locate and protect bad shots. Committee requires a minimum of 4 full days of volunteering which must include Thursday – Saturday.
All Marshals must attend the training meeting Wednesday afternoon of tournament week.

(Thursday–Sunday):
Oversee the work area and operation for all media.

(Pre-tournament and tournament week):
Assist with the coordination of office operations, perform various office tasks for Tournament staff and answer phones. New volunteers considered with a recommendation from a current committee volunteer. Must be able to volunteer once a week, beginning in January.

(Monday– Sunday):
Prepare, distribute and arrange for return of tournament vehicles. Assist in operating player, media and 10th tee shuttles. Must work a minimum of 3 days.
Valid license and familiarity of local roads required.

(Thursday – Sunday)

Serve as host in this military/veteran hospitality venue. Must work at least 3 days. Priority given to returning volunteers.

(Monday–Sunday):
Serve as host and check credentials for entrance to this venue. Priority given to previous committee volunteers. New volunteers considered with a recommendation from a current committee volunteer. Must work a minimum of 4 shifts (5 hours each).

(Monday–Sunday):
Serve as host in the on-course player hospitality tents. Priority given to previous committee volunteers. New volunteers considered with a recommendation from a current committee volunteer. Must work a minimum of 3 days.

(Monday–Wednesday):
Complete the registration process with tournament players. Committee open ONLY to previous registration volunteers.

(Monday–Sunday):
Assist with the security of the tournament. Priority given to previous committee volunteers. Background in law enforcement or security is required. Must work a minimum of 3 days.

(Thursday–Sunday):
Serve as a host and check credentials for entrance to this venue. New volunteers considered with a recommendation from a current committee volunteer. Must work a minimum of 3 days.

(Monday–Sunday):
Assist in transporting persons with special needs between the parking area and the golf courses. Must work a minimum of 3 days.

(Monday–Sunday):
Provide assistance and direction to spectators using tournament shuttle system.

(Thursday–Sunday):
Meet the buses of students invited to the Stem Zone and escort them to the venue. Must be able to walk a long distance several times a day. Priority given to previous volunteers.

(Pre-tournament Saturday – Tournament Week Sunday):
Sell tickets at various locations. Check identification of those patrons picking up tickets at Will Call. Must work a minimum of 3 days.

(Thursday–Sunday):
Serve as a host, check credentials and ID for entrance to this hospitality venue. Must work a minimum of 3 shifts.

(Pre-tournament Monday– Tournament Week Saturday)*:
Inventory, organize and distribute uniforms to volunteers. Priority given to previous committee volunteers.

***Also a need in January, dates and time TBD

(Monday–Sunday):
Check credentials for entrance to the hospitality tent, serve food and beverages to tournament volunteers, help with set up of evening parties. Must work a minimum of 3 days.

(Thursday–Sunday):
Accompany a foursome and input scores and statistics into a PGA TOUR supplied hand held computer. All scorers will also be equipped with radios to communicate with the TOUR scoring truck. Each volunteer is assigned a specific tee time. It is essential to have knowledge of golf, golf etiquette, and be in good physical condition with the ability to walk 18 holes at a pace to keep up with the players.
Mandatory training meeting Wednesday afternoon of tournament week. Must work at least 3 days during tournament rounds, Thursday – Sunday.