Club de Golf Chapultepec
Mexico City, Mexico
February 18-24, 2019

Committee Descriptions

VOLUNTEER Committee Responsibilities.

Please note, committees will close on a first come, first served basis. Please see the section regarding committee preferences on the volunteer application for details.


Marshals – Responsible for crowd management, gallery noise control, and player movement. Committee also provides van and golf cart drivers to shuttle players from the course to secured areas following completion of play and/or due to inclement weather to safety. Marshals are expected to work Tuesday- Sunday throughout the week.


Beverage Course Support & Special Services – Responsible for distribution of refreshments for players and VOLUNTEERs and other goods to various locations throughout the course. Replenishing the coolers throughout the day and collecting them in the evening are also responsibilities of this committee. Also, distributes tournament programs, spectator guides & pairing sheets and any other information items to hospitality areas, entrances, and other locations.

ADA & VOLUNTEER Transportation– Transports VOLUNTEERS and ADA patrons to specific areas on the golf course.

Golf Cart Control- Responsible for cart distribution and control during tournament week. Committee also ensures carts are returned and charged at the end of each day. Early morning and afternoon shifts are available.


Walking Scorers – Scorers walk with each group to keep statistics and hole-by-hole records for each player with a handheld electronic device. Mandatory training sessions are on Saturday before the tournament and Tuesday or Wednesday, practice round days. MANDATORY: Work 4 days ( Thursday- Sunday) 90% golf knowledge and English. Interview necessary. 

Laser Shotlink – Operates stationary tripod lasers at locations on the course to provide statistical information. The lasers are stationed greenside and at designated landing areas. The SHOTLink System collects and disseminates scoring and statistical data on every shot, real-time, during every match via the use of hand held palm pilots. The gathered information is used immediately by television, PGA TOUR.COM, and the TOUR Links player laptop program. Training is provided by the PGA TOUR. Additional information can be found at Mandatory training sessions are held Saturday before tournament and Tuesday or Wednesday practice round days. Located at fairways and greens. Must be able to walk long distances. MANDATORY: Work 4 days ( Thursday- Sunday) 90% golf knowledge and English.  Interview necessary. 

Standard Bearer - Must be between15-18 years of age and able to carry the standard (app. 5-6 pounds)..MANDATORY: Work 4 days ( Thursday- Sunday) 90% golf knowledge and English.  Interview necessary. 


Uniform Distribution – Provide service for inventory and distribution of all VOLUNTEER apparel and benefits. Also, sells merchandise during tournament week.

Volunteer Tent  - Check in all VOLUNTEERs daily and distribute lunch coupons, newsletter and other information for that particular day.

Volunteer Meal Distribution: Volunteers will help with the meal distribution through out the  golf course.

Championship Office Support – Assists the tournament office prior to and during the tournament with general administration duties to include answering the phones, taking ticket orders, assisting with distribution of important information and greeting office guests. Oversee management of VOLUNTEER resources, duties will include; distribution, database development & management, and processing VOLUNTEER registrations. VOLUNTEERs are needed beginning in February 2019. Be a part of behind the scenes on how the tournament runs.


Player Services - Register PGA Tour players and assist them, their families and staff with their needs and questions during tournament week.  Act as player concierge desk for player needs such as will call services.  Volunteers are needed Sunday to Sunday.

Caddie Services - Register PGA Tour player caddies and assist them with their needs and questions during tournament week.  Additional activities include:

  • Maintain, issue, and retrieve caddie vests and player names
  • Assist in caddie towel distribution
  • Ensure correct vest names are available for all players
  • Distribute caddie vests in Hole 1 and 10 and help manage starting tents

Volunteers are needed Sunday through Sunday.

Concierge Services: Volunteers in charge of concierge services for players at club and hotel

Player Transportation – Staff the Player Transportation desk at the Club and the Hotel (2).  Provide information and logistic services to players/drivers for their transportation.  Act as player concierge desk for player needs.  This group also supports airport meet/greeters for players the days prior and after the tournament (pending).


Corporate Hospitality  in Club House, Hole 17th & Hole 18th:  Hosts corporate sponsors in hospitality areas by checking spectators for proper credentials, meeting and greeting guests, and providing WGC- Mexico Championship information. Along with assisting the Marshal team with noise control when players are on the green.

Hospitality Check In- Check in all Hospitality volunteers daily and distribute lunch coupons.

Media Center – Support office needs of media staff. 

Merchandising store: Responsible for support at the official Tournament store, selling official merchandise. 

NBC Sports: Volunteers need to speak English, know golf or play golf. Need to have availability to help Thursday to Sunday tournament week. Positions for volunteers at NBC Sports are SPOTTERS, SCORERS, CAMERA ASSISTANTS, ON-COURSE COMMENTATOR ASSISTANTS. Each position comes with inside the ropes access to the event and a very unique and fun experience. 


Tournament Information - Located at the admission gates, putting green, and all locator boards. This committee serves as greeters and provides vital information on various points of interest, including hole locations, tee times, concession locations, restroom locations, etc. to the public and sponsors.

Honorary Observers – This VOLUNTEER committee is stationed at the Honorary Observer Tent located at #1 Tee. This committee welcomes, registers, and orients the sponsors that are designated to walk inside the ropes with assigned PGA TOUR Professional golfers per tee time.