Want an insider’s view of the inaugural KPMG Women’s PGA Championship? Better hurry! There are only a few volunteer spots left for the tournament to be held June 9 to 14 at Westchester Country Club in Rye. Adults who want to help out—and work with the greatest names in women’s golf—should sign up ASAP (all the junior volunteer positions have been filled already).
Volunteers will work in a number of different positions around the tournament, both on the course and behind the scenes. Available positions include contestant evacuation, contestant transportation, and marshals. Adult volunteers (ages 22 and older) will contribute a minimum of 12 hours total in three or four 4-hour shifts, leaving plenty of time to enjoy the event when they’re not on duty.
All volunteers will receive a golf shirt and headwear, site access from Tuesday through Sunday of event week (even when you’re not working!), preferred complimentary parking, discount in the Championship Golf Shop, a Championship program, and a limited number of meal and water vouchers. The volunteer fee for adults is $96.
For detailed descriptions of the committees, go here.
The KPMG Women’s PGA Championship brings a world-class major golf championship with a women’s leadership summit to Westchester Country Club. It’s built on the 60-year legacy of the LPGA Championship, but is the first major championship to bring together KPMG, the PGA of America, and the LPGA.