"The success of this event is inseparable to the tremendous efforts of our volunteers," said Tournament Director Harry Hardy. "I encourage anyone who has a love for the game or a desire to give back to the community to consider this unique and rewarding experience."
The Sybase Match Play Championship is in need of over 450 volunteers across the Tri-State area to donate their time and energy to ensure another successful event. Volunteering is a great way to interact with people, watch the best female golfers battle head to head, and experience the Tournament behind the scenes. There are a number of different committees that have unique responsibilities, including: Golf Channel support, walking scorers, standard bearers, and hole marshals. Training is provided for committees requiring specific knowledge.
For only $35 volunteers receive a complimentary lunch, event tickets, a tournament shirt, jacket and hat, as well as additional benefits. Volunteering also offers a behind-the-scenes experience with LPGA players, celebrities and media. For more information or to register as a volunteer please visit, www.sybasematchplaychampionship.com/volunteers.
Sybase Match Play Championship donated proceeds to the Somerset Medical Center located in Somerville, NJ. For more information about Somerset Medical Center visit, www.somersetmedicalcenter.com.
More information on the Sybase Match Play Championship is available at www.sybasematchplaychampionship.com