Committee Descriptions

The following are brief descriptions of the volunteer committees available for the Chubb Classic. Specific openings are not guaranteed, but the tournament will make every effort to accommodate your preferences. Please take a moment to review the following requirements before making your final committee selection.

Admissions/Will Call: Responsible for staffing the ticket booth and assisting security to ensure that all spectators have the proper tickets for entry; Will-Call volunteers are responsible for staffing a location for ticket buyers to pick up previously purchased tickets.

Caddy Tent: Responsible for upkeep of Caddy area.  Hand out lunch vouchers, yardage books, etc. for Caddy use.

Carts/Shuttles: Manage the Cart Area and control the charging, distribution, and collection of carts to authorized personnel. Assist with transporting professionals and volunteers throughout the course.

Driving Range: Assist in providing and maintaining a suitable driving range for all contestants. Specific duties include maintaining supplies such as range balls, beverages and player identification signs.

Hospitality: Responsible for ensuring that all patrons have proper credentials to enter the hospitality suite area, and assist with locations of specific suites.

Long Drive: Measures the driving distance for all players on two holes for every day of play.

Marshals: Marshals ensure fair play among all participants as well as safety for spectators, and are stationed at locations throughout the course. Focus is on the tees, landing areas, greens and spectator crosswalks.

Marshal Lunch Delivery:  Responsible for delivering boxed lunches to marshals stationed throughout the course.

Media Center: Assist with general operations of the Media Center and promotion of the Tournament.

Player Registration:  Responsible for signing in players as they arrive throughout the week.  Required to get players to fill out necessary paper work, pay entry fees, sign tournament memorabilia, etc.

Pro-Am: Each group of amateurs in the pro-am will be provided with two (2) carts.  Pro-Am volunteers are needed as cart drivers for both carts in each group to encourage amateurs to walk their round with the professional. Volunteers are also needed to assist with the organization and distribution of autographed framed photos for each group. You will also assist with amateur registration and gift bag assembly and distribution prior to shotguns and/or at the Pairings Party.

Restaurant / Taste of SW Florida presented by Cadillac: Help with load-in/load-out duties for Friday and Saturday’s food festival. Volunteers may also assist in ticketing and pouring beer or wine during the food festival.

Off-Site Transportation: Responsible for transporting players, staff and VIPs to various locations (including hotel and airport transfers) in courtesy vehicles provided by the Tournament. **Committee works before & after Tournament.

On-Site Transportation: Responsible for transporting volunteers to various shuttle points throughout the course.

On Course Services: Replenish water, ice, and other product on course

Standard Bearers: Responsible for carrying a standard (with the names and scores for each professional) on the course for an entire round. Physically demanding; volunteers must be able to walk 18 holes of golf & carry a standard for entire round. Basic golf knowledge is required.

Subway Family Putt for Dough:  Responsible for running the Subway Family Putt for Dough station.  Required to have participants fill out the information card, explain the rules to them, and record each competitor’s results so that a winner may be crowned at the end of each day.

Television:  Works closely with the Golf Channel in order to broadcast the event.  Roles include microphone operators, laser operators, etc. By Invitation Only

Tournament Office: Responsible for managing the Tournament phone line and various Office Administrative tasks.

Volunteer Services: Responsible for staffing the volunteer headquarters, handling uniform distribution and maintaining a comfortable working environment for the volunteers.

Walking Scorers: Each scorer follows a particular group, marking each stroke and specific statistics. At the end of each hole, these volunteers are responsible for communicating scores to the greens reporters. Substantial golf knowledge is necessary.  Must be able to walk 18 holes. By Invitation Only.