Volunteer registration will open October 13th for the committees listed below.
Register the caddies; distribute information, food, beverages and towels, help with daily clean-up of hospitality tent. Must work a minimum of 3 days. Priority given to previous volunteers.
Drive a vehicle designated to transport players, their families, caddies and walking scorers off the courses during an evacuation and back to the courses afterwards. Must work a minimum of 3 days, have a valid driver’s license and be familiar with Pebble Beach roads.
Volunteers “shoot” each ball with a survey-grade laser. May be on an elevated platform or required to stand for long periods of time. Previous laser experience is required. Must work all 4 days. Previous AT&T Laser volunteers have priority placement until the end of December. In January, new volunteers with experience will be added as needed.
(Sunday, Feb. 7 – Monday, February 15):
Responsible for completing the process of assigning vehicles to the professional players and driving the vehicles to and from the parking area and pick up location. Valid driver’s license is required.
Promote a positive atmosphere for players, locate and protect bad shots. Committee requires a minimum of 3 full days of volunteering which must include Thursday, Friday & Saturday.
Transport media personnel to and from parking, Media Center and golf courses. Must have a valid driver’s license, familiar with Pebble Beach roads and work a minimum of 4 full consecutive days, 6 am – 6 pm.
Serve as host and check credentials for entrance to this venue. Must work a minimum of 3 shifts.
Distribute food and beverage, stock on course coolers with water. Must work a minimum of 3 days.
Drive a player shuttle vehicle to and from Player Hospitality, 1st tee and 10th tee at all three tournament courses. Valid license and familiarity of local roads required. Must work 4 consecutive days. Hours of operation are 6:00 am until 6:00 pm. Volunteers unfamiliar with Pebble Beach roads may be assigned as loaders. These volunteers must be able to stand outdoors for several hours.
Assist with the security of the tournament. Priority given to previous committee volunteers. Background in law enforcement or security required. Must work a minimum of 3 days.
(Thursday, Jan. 30– Tournament Week Sunday):
Inventory, organize and distribute uniforms, headwear and gifts to committee volunteers. There is also a need for volunteers during the month of January, dates and times to be determined.
Serve food and beverages to tournament volunteers at one of three location. Must work a minimum of 3 days.
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. Must work a minimum of 3 days.