Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteerism is a core principle of the PGA TOUR and vital to the success of Constellation FURYK & FRIENDS presented by Circle K. We look to the Jacksonville community to serve as volunteers for our championship that will generate tremendous economic impact for our region as well as proceeds from the event going to local charities. 

Choose from a variety of committees to customize your experience. All volunteers at Constellation FURYK & FRIENDS presented by Circle K will work a minimum of three days with shifts ranging from four to six hours depending on committee.

  • Admissions/Will Call

    As spectators and fans arrive to the Constellation FURYK & FRIENDS presented by Circle K, Admissions Volunteers will provide one of the first interactions with guests as they arrive and are an instrumental part of the fan experience. The Admissions Committee is responsible for ensuring that all guests are admitted onto the tournament grounds with the correct credentials. Available shifts on Tuesday and Friday – Sunday.

  • Announcers

    The Announcers Committee will introduce players to the crowd as they begin on #1 and #10 tees throughout the tournament, including the Pro-Am. In addition to announcing, this committee will also be responsible for ensuring players/caddies receive all of their pre-round materials and are at the tee on time. A strong voice and public speaking skills are required for this position. Available shift from Wednesday – Sunday.

  • Broadcast Services

    The Broadcast Committee works directly with Golf Channel Broadcasts as on-the-course spotters, scorers, and other behind-the-scenes roles. Getting up close and personal with all the PGA TOUR Champions players and inside the rope access are just some of the perks with being a part of the Broadcast Committee. Available shifts from Friday – Sunday.

  • Caddie Services

    As a part of the Caddie Services Committee, you’ll serve as a liaison between tournament and professional caddies. Inside the Caddie Tent you’ll be the initial volunteer helping caddies register, while also, collecting and issuing caddie bibs with nameplates and providing them a place to relax and recharge throughout tournament week. Available shifts from Monday – Sunday.

  • Commissary

    The Commissary Committee will be responsible for distributing beverages and coolers on course and to other key areas throughout tournament week. This Committee requires lifting of products (ice, beverages, coolers). Available shifts range from Monday – Sunday.

  • Gallery Control 

    The Gallery Control Committee are the marshals and ball spotters for all of the PGA TOUR Champions players. You’ll ensure fair play throughout the tournament and help manage sponsors inside and crowds outside the ropes. Golf knowledge is helpful for this up-close view to all players and caddies. Available shifts from Friday – Sunday.

  • Golf Carts

    The Golf Carts Committee will be responsible for all the check-in, check-out, security and safety of all on-site carts. This Committee will work directly with the Director of Operations and cart allotment, storage, distribution and return each evening. This Committee will oversee 100+ vehicles throughout the week and available shifts from Monday – Sunday.

  • Hospitality

    Help us provide a true VIP hospitality experience for our sponsors, VIPs and spectators in some of the premier viewing areas around Timuquana Country Club. Provide a friendly, welcoming experience for guests as they arrive to the tournament – greeting them at the entrances of our hospitality venues throughout the course, checking for proper credentials, scanning their tickets and providing wristbands. Once guests are inside the venue, committee members help guests have an enjoyable time – helping them find a seat, navigating them to the bar and food service areas and even pointing them to the restrooms when necessary. Of course, we always want to remind our guests to be mindful of the competition taking place and politely quiet the crowds when noise levels escalate. Available shifts from Friday – Sunday.

  • Media Services

    The Media Services Committee helps to ensure that local and national media have the support need to produce the groundbreaking stories about the tournament. Another aspect includes monitoring media personnel to make sure they have a proper working environment and are treated to a great week of hospitality as they complete their important work for the tournament. Having previous experience working in the Media areas at other events is attractive for this Committee. Available shifts from Monday – Sunday.

  • Operations

    Do you enjoy working with tools? Do you feel gratification in building things with your hands? The Operations Committee will assist with various set-up plans onsite at Timuquana Country Club and inside the operations compound. You can help place fencing for crowd control and light construction work as needed. This Committee requires walking, standing, heavy lifting, and familiarity with common hand tools. Join this Committee to see the daily operational processes that goes into creating a top-scale PGA TOUR Champions tournament. Help for this Committee is needed from mid-September through the tournament.

  • Player Registration & Services

    Here’s your chance to assist with player registration, social activities, transportation, reservations, and special needs for PGA TOUR Champions players and their families. Potentially gaining a strong connection with player’s families could be an exciting perk for the Player Services volunteers. Having strong interpersonal skills is needed along with being flexible during tournament week. Available shifts from Monday – Sunday.

  • Practice Facility

    The Practice Facility Committee is responsible for the set up/tear down of the practice facility and the day to day operations of the area that includes the driving range, putting green, chipping green and the surrounding spectator areas. As PGA TOUR Champions professionals enter and exit the range, volunteers will be responsible for setting up nameplates that identify each player, providing the players golf balls and general assistance. Marshaling of the area and crowd control will be required as well as allowing properly credentialed people in the area. Knowledge of the players is helpful, but not necessary. This position works outside all day and volunteers must be comfortable with and prepared for all weather conditions. Volunteers are needed from Monday through Sunday and will be staffed from 6AM until 7:30PM each day.

  • Pro Vehicles

    Assist with staging of courtesy vehicles at the airport, private terminals, and golf course. Greet players and families arriving at airport, conduct quick administrative documentation, and assist with the loading of player/family’s luggage. Assist players with the return of the vehicle when departing. Driver license required and must be at least 25 years old. Some lifting and some late hours, setup starts the week before the tournament and returning of vehicles a day or so after the tournament ends.

  • Pro-Am

    Pro-Am volunteers will assist with set-up for all pro-am gift distribution, pro-am registration, pro-am pairings party and Pro-Am Tournaments. Must be able to stand for long periods of time with occasional moderate lifting. Available shifts from Monday – Thursday.

  • Shuttles

    Shuttle players, caddies, VIPs and those with disabilities from various spots of the property using multi-passenger golf carts. Must be at least 18 years of age and previous experience driving a golf cart. Available shifts from Monday – Sunday.

  • Special Events

    This Committee always gets invited to the party! An important component to the Constellation FURYK & FRIENDS presented by Circle K will be the many VIP party and experiences throughout tournament week. This Committee will wear many hats and assist with the special events in many ways to ensure tournament VIPs, celebrities, players and invited guests have a first class experience. Available shifts from Monday – Sunday.

  • Standard Bearers

    Ideal for youth volunteers, this is considered a “physical” position, as you will walk and carry a sign for an entire round of golf (approximately 4.5 hours). Minimum age for a Standard Bearer is 14, along with knowledge of the game of golf, and you must be able to walk 18 holes.

  • Volunteer Services 

    The Volunteer Services committee oversees registration & volunteer assignment throughout the year, along with emails and communications from volunteers. They will also conduct the initial uniform distribution & credential distribution.

  • Volunteer Headquarters

    The Volunteer Headquarters committee will setup and maintain Volunteer HQ during tournament week, along with coordinating all food deliveries and distribution for volunteers. Managing coffee, radios and cleanup will be a must! This committee will also manage remaining uniform distribution and sales during tournament week. This committee will work closely with Volunteer Services. Shifts available Monday-Sunday from 5am-10pm each day.

  • Walking Scorers 

    This Committee will walk 18 holes inside the ropes with the professional golfers. Volunteers will carry a handheld smart phone with PGA TOUR Scoring software and input stroke, scoring and statistical information. Scorers will also have constant voice communication with PGA TOUR staff. Volunteers must have knowledge of golf and be able to walk 18 holes during each shift. Available shifts from Wednesday – Sunday.

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