The 2023 Las Vegas Challenge offers volunteers opportunities to take in the LVC experience in a truly unique way.
An Event Volunteer finds themselves doing a variety of tasks ranging from course set-up & clean-up to spotting a hole. A volunteer’s preference of task(s) can be further defined by filling out the form linked below.
We are always looking for full-time volunteers; these are individuals who see themselves committing at least 30 hours of service over the course of the event. We will consider part-time volunteers on a case-by-case basis. Once you have completed the linked form below, you can expect communication from our volunteer team confirming your information has been received. After review, you’ll receive additional communication around the task(s) you can expect to be assigned.
All volunteer descriptions and information can be found below and you can also email email@example.com with any questions or reach out to Pamela Madrid via Facebook.
ON-COURSE VOLUNTEER SUPPORT
One of the benefits of volunteering on the course is to have a front-row seat to the LVC! A few course tasks include spotting, crowd control, and entry flow. All course support tasks involve a fair to considerable amount of walking and being outdoors for extended periods of time.
Spotter: An understanding of disc golf rules and protocol is preferred. One of the major functions of a spotter is to watch where the disc lands and assist with the flow of play. This job involves being outside for long periods of time.
Spotter Crew Captain: An understanding of disc golf rules and protocol is preferred. This job is to make sure your spotters are cared for, feel welcomed, and feel secure executing their role. Knowledge of the facility is preferred.
Course Prep: Tasks include but are not limited to placing OB lines, installing feather banners/signage around the facility, and assisting with the placement of sponsor assets.
Crowd Control: An understanding of disc golf rules and protocol is preferred. This job assists with keeping the crowd flow going, carrying “QUIET” signs, and keeping the crowd back from the players. This job involves being outside for long periods of time.
Course Clean-up: Tasks include tearing down course assets, clearing out the banquet room, and other general clean-up around the facility. This job is specific to Sunday afternoon/night and all hands on deck are appreciated.
OFF-COURSE VOLUNTEER SUPPORT
Volunteers that are off the course play a magical role in the LVC experience. Oftentimes, these volunteers are the first people the patrons of our tournament meet and we strive to create a professional and welcoming environment for everyone.
These volunteer shifts include assisting with Player Check-In, setting up/tearing down the Beer Garden, and welcoming spectators to the event.
Player Check-In: This team of folks works together to welcome players to the LVC experience. Helping with registration will include handing out items to players and restocking player pack items. Some lifting may be needed in this role.
Spectator Check-In: This team of volunteers helps folks feel welcome at the event and receive the appropriate credentials for being on property.
Vendor Relations: This job ensures vendor needs are met throughout the event. This may involve moving tables, chairs, and inventory as necessary.
Beer Garden: This team assists with setting up and tearing down the Beer Garden. This job is specific to Saturday afternoon/evening. This job involves lifting.
Pyramid of Baskets: This team assists with setting up and tearing down the Pyramid of Baskets. This job is specific to Saturday afternoon/evening. This job involves lifting.
LVC Vendor Booth: This team assists with the LVC booth in the Vendor tent.
Cart Chauffeurs: This team helps shuttle folks around the property. A knowledge of the facility is preferred.
Clubhouse Entry: This team checks credentials as folks enter the property by the vendor area. This requires monitoring who enters and exits the grounds.
Practice Day Starter: This role assists with the flow of course play during the practice days leading up to the event.
Raffle: Tasks in this job include counting raffle tickets and talking up the raffle to patrons.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT AFTER I SUBMIT A FORM?
Once a prospective volunteer submits a form, they will receive an email confirming their registration and acceptance as a volunteer. We do have a cap on volunteers, so the earlier a form is submitted, the better.
Team LVC communicates through the emails provided to us through the form and our Facebook Volunteer Page.