The PGA of America has opened its volunteer registration for the PGA Grand Slam of Golf at Trump National Golf Club -Los Angeles, to be held Oct. 19-21. This opportunity is only open to a limited number of volunteers. The PGA Grand Slam of Golf features the winners of the season’s four major championships in a two-day, 36-hole stroke-play competition. Masters Champion Jordan Spieth will be joined by the winners of the U.S. Open, Open Championship and the PGA Championship.
Volunteers, age 22 and-older, play a critical role in the event’s success. Providing approximately 16 hours of duties, volunteers receive a uniform package that includes a golf shirt, outerwear item, baseball cap, meal and water vouchers, complimentary parking and a volunteer credential allowing them access all three days, even when they are not working. Positions are first come, first serve, and the cost to be a volunteer is $109.
“Volunteers provide the fuel that make the PGA Grand Slam of Golf engine run,” said Championship Director Bob Jeffrey. “The sensations and emotions each volunteer feels knowing they played a key role in executing the event, featuring the four major winners in the 2015 season, is a feeling they won’t ever forget.”
Volunteers can register and complete an application at www.pga.com/grandslam to secure their attendance, credentials and uniform package.
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About the PGA Grand Slam of Golf
Established in 1979, the PGA Grand Slam of Golf has grown from an 18-hole, single-day event to a 36-hole annual showdown that matches professional golf’s best against each other for a $1.35 million purse, played in front of a television audience in more than 100 countries.