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General Volunteer Information

Two volunteer marshalls keeping the crowd quiet

Committees and shifts

Volunteers are assigned to a variety of committees, performing the many tasks required to conduct a PGA TOUR event. You will be assigned to a committee once we receive your volunteer uniform fee.

Each volunteer is required to work a minimum of three shifts. Generally, there are two (2) shifts per day, the morning or AM shift, 6 a.m. – 12 p.m., and the afternoon or PM shift, 12 p.m. – 6 p.m. Once assigned to a committee, your chairperson will contact you to discuss your schedule. Some shifts are also available prior to tournament week.

Training is available for most committees and your training schedule will be forwarded to you. Should you have further questions, please contact your committee chairperson located in the Volunteer Committees and Volunteer Leadership section of this page.

Uniforms/volunteer package

Each volunteer is required to purchase a volunteer uniform. This helps us to defray our costs associated with each volunteer. Our event is operated as a 501(c)3 charity and every available dollar is dedicated to our mission of raising awareness and money for the Shriners Hospitals for Children.

The official volunteer uniform consists of a polo style golf shirt, jacket, baseball cap or visor or straw hat (for an additional fee). You are required to provide your own khaki slacks, shorts or skort. In addition to your uniform, your entire volunteer package consists of:

  • Meal/beverage during your shift
  • Volunteer appreciation party
  • Volunteer tournament badge
  • A week-long tournament access badge
  • Commemorative pin
  • Volunteer after-party
  • (Approximate package value, excess of $350, including uniform)

For sizing information, please refer to the Uniform Information page. You will be notified of the pick-up dates, time and location at a later date.

To help gauge the typical weather in Las Vegas in early October, please find the daily average temperatures below.

October 1
Avg. high 87 avg. low 65 sunrise 6:35 a.m. sunset 6:24 p.m.

October 2 
Avg. high 87 avg. low 64, sunrise 6:36 a.m. sunset 6:22 p.m.

October 3
Avg. high 87 avg. low 64 sunrise 6:37 a.m. sunset 6:21 p.m.

October 4
Avg. high 86 avg. low 63 sunrise 6:38 a.m. sunset 6:20 p.m.

October 5
Avg. high 86 avg. low 63 sunrise 6:38 a.m. sunset 6:18 p.m.

October 6
Avg. high 85 avg. low 62 sunrise 6:39 a.m. sunset 6:17 p.m.

Volunteer appreciation party

Every volunteer is invited to our volunteer appreciation party, usually held on the Sunday prior to tournament week. Check back for updated details.

We also gather informally for an “after” party once the winner has been announced on Sunday. More information to follow.

Permitted items

  • Personal bags 6"x6" or smaller
  • Clear plastic, vinyl or other carry items not exceeding 12"x6"x12"
  • A one gallon clear resealable plastic bag
  • At the tournament's discretion, food may enter the tournament in a clear, resealable plastic bag, not to exceed the size of a one (1) gallon bag
  • Mobile phones, tablets and PDAs – MUST be on silent mode and adhere to TOUR's Mobile Device Policy
  • Point and shoot, film or DSLR cameras with lens smaller than 6", no case (during practice rounds only)
  • Umbrellas without sleeve
  • Portable radios with headsets
  • Medically necessary materials, strollers, small diaper bags, plastic baby bottles and other essential baby supplies (infant must be with carrier) – items subject to search
  • Collapsible chairs without chair bags
  • Binoculars without case
  • Seat cushions that do not require a carrying case or that do not have pockets or compartments
  • Segways®, motorized scooters or other personal transportation devices when used as a mobility aid by individuals with mobility impairment

Prohibited items

Just a reminder, the following items are prohibited inside the tournament gates and apply to all spectators, as well as all volunteers.

  • No bags larger than a small purse 6"x6", including carrying cases, backpacks, camera bags or chair bags
  • No clear plastic, vinyl or other carry items larger than 12"x6"x12"
  • No plastic, metal, glass cups, cans, or containers of any kind except for medical or infant needs
  • No computers or laptops
  • No fireworks or laser pointers
  • No lawn or oversized chairs
  • No seat cushions in a carrying case or that have pockets or compartments
  • No pets, except for service animals
  • No knives, firearms or weapons of any nature
  • No video cameras (all week)
  • No point and shoot, film or DSLR cameras (during competition rounds)
  • No selfie sticks or handheld camera stabilizers
  • No beverages (patrons may not bring in or exit with beverages) or coolers
  • No radios, TVs, portable speakers or other noise producing devices
  • No stepladders or step-stools
  • No posters, signs or banners
  • No motorcycles, mopeds, tricycles, bicycles (whether or not motor driven), skateboards, hoverboards, or other similar devices will be permitted to be operated on or within tournament property

Mobile device policy

The PGA TOUR has approved the use of mobile devices as long as the patrons follow a basic code of conduct policy designed to ensure that play will not be affected. The code of conduct includes the following:

  • Device must be on silent at all times
  • Calls may be placed or received in TOUR approved “cell phone zones” only
  • No audio or video capture is permitted at any time
  • No still photography is permitted at any time during competition rounds
  • Permissible data transfer will be consistent with current media regulations
  • Data use (e.g., texting, email, etc.) will be permitted outside of the designated areas
  • Data use is not permitted when players are in position to compete (i.e., when gallery control has their arms raised)

Authorized cell phone zones are located:

  • Public restrooms located to the players right of #4 Green
  • Concession stand located to the players left of #8 Green
  • Concession stand located behind #11 Green
  • Public restrooms located to the players left of #14 Green
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