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A key component to the success of the Kroger Queen City Championship presented by P&G will be the team of volunteers. Volunteers are instrumental in providing our players and patrons a memorable experience.  To many players and fans, our volunteers become the “face of the tournament”.

There are multiple ways to engage in the championship with opportunities before, during, and after tournament week. We encourage you to read more about each volunteer opportunity below.

Register to Volunteer


Scoring Services:

Committee is essential in the scoring of the tournament with the use of radio communication and computers.

Collect scorecards, check addition, and make sure players turn in their cards. Also, collect player statistic cards from each caddie.

Responsibilities include keeping score on handheld palm device and reporting scores to scoring control by radio. Volunteers must be able to walk a full 18 holes in all types of weather conditions. Full golf knowledge is required, and pre-event training is mandatory.

Player Services:

The volunteers will be responsible for registration, caddie bib distribution/pick-up and providing general services for the LPGA Tour caddies during the event.

Responsible for managing and maintaining the driving range. Duties include bagging and distributing range balls and making sure range name panels are properly managed.

Provide ball spotting to players and control the movement and conversations of spectators; on-course active position. The committee is also responsible for handling the movement of the players during an evacuation. Requirements: Must be able to stand for long periods of time.

Assist with the management of practice areas including short game area and practice putting green.  

Assist with the inventory and control the distribution and retrieval of approximately 130 official tournament vehicles. Must have valid driver’s license.

Volunteers must be able to work during the week prior to the tournament in addition to tournament week.

Hospitality Services:

Ambassadors will be stationed around the golf course, distribute programs/pairing guides, and assist with spectator questions to help guarantee a great experience for all attendees.

Distribute pre-purchased tournament credentials to the appropriate recipient at will-call locations, sell tickets on site and act as ambassadors for the event. Committee members will also be scanning tickets and greeting patrons as they enter the main gates of the tournament.

Cashiers, cashier assistants, greeters and assistance with stocking and replenishment.

Greet sponsors and other guests as they enter the hospitality areas and answer any questions. Ensure that clients with proper credentials are allowed access to the designated areas and help assist in the special events tournament week (women’s leadership program, junior program, etc.).

Support tournament staff in interactions with volunteers. Primary duties include production and distribution of volunteer credentials, distribution of volunteer uniforms, manage volunteer tent services and support other volunteer committees as needed during the day (Volunteers must be able to work during the week prior to the tournament in addition to tournament week).

Operation Services:

Allocate golf carts to authorized personnel. Volunteers must strictly enforce all cart assignments through a check-on and check-out sheet. They must also ensure all carts are returned and charged daily.

Deliver and monitor water, ice, and other supplies to various facilities on the course. May be required to lift heavy objects (up to 50 pounds).

Register to Volunteer


Follow the link here to create an account and sign up. You will be able to select committee and scheduling preferences. Once you have registered to volunteer you will receive a confirmation email. 

You will be notified of your volunteer schedule in August. We will make every effort to accommodate your availability preferences; however, we cannot guarantee each request will be granted.

The volunteer package is $50 and includes:

  • Official Volunteer Uniform (polo shirt and hat)
  • Admission to the tournament for the week
  • 2 weekly passes for family & friends
  • Invitation to the Volunteer Appreciation Party
  • Meals provided per shift as well as drinks and snacks throughout the day
  • Total package value is over $250

Yes—there will be an option to purchase an outwear piece and additional polo shirts.  Details coming at a later date.   

Each volunteer must be able to work a minimum of three (3) shifts. A shift will be four-to-six-hour time frames either AM or PM.

The minimum age to volunteer is 14 years old. The Driving Range Committee is a great spot for younger volunteers.

Volunteers under the age of 18 must have a legal guardian complete the waiver.

When completing your availability, there will be an option to enter the name of another volunteer you would like to work with. We will make every effort to accommodate your pairing preferences; however, we cannot guarantee each request will be granted.

There are volunteer positions for everyone and training sessions for committees with specific duties will take place prior to tournament week.

Volunteer parking is still currently being determined. More details will be sent once confirmed.

Questions? Contact Dianne McPherson at dianne_mcpherson@bellsouth.net