How To Be A Shell Houston Open Volunteer
Want to know how to be a Shell Houston Open volunteer? Volunteers are essential to professional golf tournaments, including the Shell Houston Open, which begins March 28, 2011. Officials there said volunteers are their "life blood." This could be because volunteers fill water coolers, register tournament golfers and provide dozens of other invaluable services to help the tournament run smoothly. If this sounds like something that interest you, you must be 21. Becoming a volunteer is really easy and only involves a few steps. Here's how to be a Shell Houston Open volunteer.
- Visit the tournament's website. This is the most important step in becoming a Shell Houston Open volunteer is to visit www.shellhoustonopen.com. It is here that volunteers can read about all the available jobs that they can do.
- Figure out what job you want to do. There are so many opportunities when you decide to be a Shell Houston Open volunteer. They range from walking scorers, marshals, shuttling PGA officials to and from various spots, among many others volunteer positions.
- Register online. Registration to be a Shell Houston Open volunteer was opened Jan. 15, 2010. It is vital that all volunteers must do so online. It's easy to navigate the tournament's home page. Simply go there, and up at the top, there is a "Volunteer Info" section.
- Volunteers must pay for a "tournament package," which will include clothing and other apparel to distinguish you as a volunteer. This can be done online. The pricing for this has not been established to be a Shell Houston Open volunteer, but check www.shellhoustonopen.com for updates.