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USGA Qualifier Volunteer Sign-Up



Please fill out the entire form, and click the submit button at the bottom. * Required.

Or, click here for a print version of the form below, to mail to our office.

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Name: * 

Email Address: * 

Home Phone #: * 

Cell Phone #:  

Street Address: * 

City: * 

State: * 

Zip: * 

Home Club: * 

Shirt Size: * 

 

All information and schedules will be emailed. Volunteer schedules will be posted on the Championship Volunteer page two weeks prior to each championship.

 


 

Please indicate any volunteer positions you are capable of working and/or are willing to perform. Checking more than one position is encouraged. Below also is a brief description for each position.

 

Volunteer Positions: * 

 

Forecaddie: Assigned to stationary location on the golf course to assist in spotting golf balls that land in any area which will make them hard to find. Reports to tournament officials, by radio, if a group appears to be out of position or if a group asks for a Rules Official. Forecaddies do not interpret the Rules of Golf. A portable chair or golf cart is provided.

Pace of Play Monitor/Live Scoring: Positioned near the 4th, 9th, 13th, and 18th greens to monitor the finishing times of each group. Report to Rules Officials, by radio, if any groups are behind (a Pace of Play chart with finishing times and a clock will be provided). This position also will collect scores from each player/group and enter them into a tablet for online scoring.

Rules Official: Volunteer as part of a team led by the WSGA Staff consisting of other volunteers, and often times Club Professional Staff to interpret the Rules of Golf and make rulings during championships. A Rules Official must meet the requirements of the WSGA Rules Official Program. Extra training is required for this position.

Scoring Table/Scoreboard: Monitor players or groups to ensure that they report to the scoring area immediately after completing their round. Make sure players have their scorecards signed and attested before leaving the scoring area. One volunteer will post scores (numeric stickers), while a second volunteer helps collect and transfer scorecards.

Starter: Greet and introduce yourself to the players. Distribute scorecards, hole location sheets, local rules, and pace of play guidelines. Announce each individual with starting time, name and hometown.

A WSGA Staff member will provide instruction and be available for questions, during the championships.

 

Please indicate which days you are able to volunteer in the checkboxes below.

 

2018 USGA Qualifiers

U.S. Open Local
Meridian Valley Country Club
Kent, WA
U.S. Open Local
Wine Valley Golf Club
Walla Walla, WA
U.S. Women's Open Sectional
Rainier Golf & Country Club
Seattle, WA
U.S. Senior Open Sectional
The Cedars at Dungeness
Sequim, WA
U.S. Senior Women's Open Sectional
Fairwood Golf & Country Club
Renton, WA
U.S. Girls' Junior Amateur Sectional
Fircrest Golf Club
Fircrest, WA
U.S. Junior Amateur Sectional
The Club at Rock Creek
Coeur d'Alene, ID
U.S. Junior Amateur Sectional
Gold Mountain Golf Club (Olympic Course)
Bremerton, WA
U.S. Amateur Sectional
Lake Spanaway Golf Course
Tacoma, WA
U.S. Amateur Sectional
Palouse Ridge Golf Club
Pullman, WA
U.S. Senior Amateur Sectional
Tacoma Country and Golf Club
Tacoma, WA
U.S. Mid-Amateur Sectional
Tumble Creek Club
Cle Elum, WA
U.S. Senior Women's Sectional
Skagit Golf & Country Club
Burlington, WA
U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Sectional
U.S. Women's Amateur Four-Ball Sectional

Canterwood Golf and Country Club
Gig Harbor, WA

 

Comments:
(In order to produce volunteer schedules well in advance of the championships, we would appreciate it if you could avoid indicating "if needed." It is difficult to make assignments without a firm commitment.)

 

 

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