*PLEASE NOTE: We appreciate your willingness to volunteer, however, if you are a competitor in the event we would prefer you not signup as a volunteer. We want those who are not playing to have the opportunity to participate in the DDO experience.
On-Course Volunteers: Course Support
One of the benefits of volunteering on the course is a front-row seat to the tournament! Course tasks include spotting, crowd control, scoreboard carriers, and playing tee-off songs. All course support tasks involve fair to considerable amounts of walking and being outdoors for an extended period of time.
Do you want to volunteer as a spotter but do not know the rules and protocols of disc golf? We are offering two Spotter Clinics prior to the event. The first clinic is Thursday, April 14th at 5:30 PM, and the second clinic is Saturday, April 16th at 9 AM. Both clinics will be at Hammond Park. Meet by the large pavilion. We also have a short video you can watch about spotting and it can be found below.
Course Prep: Involves a considerable amount of walking. Tasks could include but are not limited to mulching around tee pads, putting up feather flags and signs around the course, assisting with flagging OB lines to ensure the course is ready for tournament play.
Spotter: An understanding of disc golf rules and protocol is preferred. Involves being outdoors for a long period of time. Watching where discs land to assist with the flow of play.
Crowd Control + Scoreboard Carrying: An understanding of disc golf rules and protocol is preferred. Involves a considerable amount of walking and being outdoors for a long period of time. Tasks could include carrying a scoreboard, holding “QUIET” signs, and keeping the crowd back from the players.
Music Playing: An understanding of how Spotify works is preferred. Using a computer is involved.
Razz Round: An understanding of disc golf rules and protocol is preferred. Involves being outdoors and a considerable amount of walking. Tasks could include carrying a scoreboard, holding “QUIET” signs, and keeping the crowd back from the players.
Off-Course Volunteers: Task Helper
Volunteers helping off the course are just as important as the volunteers helping on the course. The shifts include assisting with tasks such as Player Check-In, Player Meeting Set-Up and Teardown, Block Party Set-Up and Teardown, and Bonfire Set-Up. The tasks for the shifts could include light lifting, some lifting of boxes, a fair amount of walking, and delivering lunches.
Lunch Delivery: Use of personal vehicle, Dynamic Discs will pay for lunches, volunteers will pick up and deliver the lunches to courses.
Player Check-In: Tasks include setup, teardown, and assisting with registration. Setup will require some lifting of boxes. Helping with registration will include handing out items to players and restocking player pack items. Teardown will require some lifting of boxes.
Bonfire: Tasks include setup, staffing, and teardown. A fair amount of walking and light lifting will be required for both setup and teardown. Staffing will require monitoring entries and exits.
Block Party: Tasks include setup, staffing, and teardown. A fair amount of walking and lifting will be required for both setup and teardown. Staffing will require monitoring entries and exits.
Poker Help: Basic knowledge about Texas Hold ‘Em is preferred.
Once a form has been submitted, you will receive an email confirming your registration has been received. We will then send you an email with your assignments for the 2022 DDO.
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