Have you ever wanted to take part in a professional golf tournament? Well, now's your chance! The Rex Hospital Open is seeking high-quality volunteers to assist in executing the area's premier professional charity golf tournament, part of the Web.com Tour. The tournament is held at TPC at Wakefield Plantation in Raleigh, NC from May 19-25, 2014.
Whether you're a golf novice, an avid fan, a new volunteer, or have been an integral volunteer for years, there is a place for you! It takes many hands to make this tournament a success.
The Rex Hospital Open is a great opportunity to meet and greet professional athletes, and enjoy some quality time outside to start the summer!
There are many different volunteer opportunities available including:
Volunteers will be asked to serve a minimum of three shifts (approximately 18 hours). There is a $35 early bird uniform fee (if you register and pay by April 1, 2014). The uniform fee is $50 after April 1, 2014, which includes the following:
If you would like more information on volunteering for the Rex Hospital Open, contact Emily Palacioz at email@example.com or at (937) 478-0101.
Meet Our Volunteers!
Rex Hospital Open volunteers come from all walks of life. Some are volunteering for the first time, and some have been with the Open for 25 years and counting! Read more about a few of our wonderful volunteers below:
Throughout his volunteer experience, Muck has enjoyed hearing about the experiences of other volunteers and the chance to score for pro golfers.
Muck advises others to donate their time at the Open saying, “If you can spare the time, it is worth every minute of it.”
"you work three shifts or more, you get a free pass to play golf and I like giving my pass to one of my coworkers. The IT team usually picks a day to go as a group, by giving my pass to one of them this allows more to participate in the day of fun outside of work, and who needs it more than IT?,” said McLaurin.
For McLaurin, the fun atmosphere of the Open gives her the opportunity to talk with the players, caddies, other volunteers and the families that come to support the Open. McLaurin would recommend that everyone give volunteering a try because “you will have a blast, rain or shine.”