Wyndham Championship Tournament Committee

The Wyndham Championship tournament committee is a group of nearly year-round volunteers that is led by the tournament’s general chairman, the tournament’s lead volunteer. Each of these talented tournament leaders works directly with the tournament’s professional staff to lead the volunteers in each area of tournament operations.

People who serve on the tournament committee have many years of experience volunteering at the Wyndham Championship and have often worked in multiple areas of the tournament. When a volunteer is selected as the general chairman, it is an honor indicative of that person having extensive knowledge of all areas of tournament operations and the ability to step into any situation and assist as needed. The general chairman works directly with the tournament director, and often times, returns to the tournament committee after serving as general chairman. Membership on the tournament committee is by invitation.

Members of the 2021 committee are below with the areas of tournament operations they represent:

2021 General Chairman: Will McPherson

  • Food & Beverage: Steve Melton
  • Player Services: Mark Ingram (2014 General Chairman)
  • Operations: Michael Brubaker & Erin Winters (2013 General Chairman)
  • Parking: Lindley Ivey (2010 General Chairman)
  • Pro-Ams: Clayton Pressley
  • Security: Mike Ebel (2019 General Chairman)
  • Tear Down: Phil Cathcart
  • Sponsor Services: Robert Bain & Carolyn Walters (2015 General Chairman)
  • Transportation: Jim Gentry & Jim Turner
  • Tournament Liaison: Mike Barber (2012 General Chairman)
  • Past General Chairman: Mike Ebel
  • Member at Large: Marc Bush
  • Member at Large: Mark Messick
  • Member at Large: Mason McLean
  • Member at Large: Randy Williard

Wyndham Championship Tournament Committee Assistant Program:

Members of the Wyndham Championship tournament committee assistant program work in a support role for the tournament. These people, who have been recommended by tournament committee members, desire a broader understanding of tournament operations and may wish to be considered for a tournament committee position at some point in the future.

  • Food & Beverage: TBD
  • Sponsor Services: Felicia Angus & Derek Mobley
  • Player Services: Chuck Millisor
  • Operations: Kari Sells
  • Volunteers: Ellen Lapierre
  • Parking: Josh Sherrick
  • Pro-Ams: Jay Horton
  • Transportation: TBD


Volunteer Options

When you become a volunteer for the Wyndham Championship, you have many choices of where to spend your time. Our volunteers do everything from driving golf carts to distributing food and drinks to cleaning golf balls. Explore the committees below to find the role that interests you.



The Volunteer Cart Committee is responsible for the fleet of Volunteer golf carts. Cart Volunteers will assign carts and drive Volunteers to their assigned locations around the course. Most importantly, Volunteers working this area should be aware of cart etiquette. Valid Driver’s License is required.

Gallery Marshal


Marshals are stationed throughout the course to enforce crowd control and proper golf etiquette among spectators. Marshals allow for safe and easy access from hole to hole, and signal the gallery for quiet as players address their balls. This includes reminder announcements about silencing mobile devices. Golf knowledge and etiquette are beneficial.

Registration Tip: Most holes are sponsored by a group. If you are not part of a group and you want to serve as a Gallery Marshal, please select a Gallery Marshal hole that reads “OPEN TO INDIVIDUALS.”

Please review the Gallery Control Training presentation.


Guest Services


Volunteers are to greet and interact with patrons in various areas on the golf course. This multi-faceted position includes a wide range of duties which require superior customer service skills.

Merchandise Shop


Volunteer responsibilities include friendly greeting customers, assisting customers, cash/card handling, and performing other sales and merchandising duties as directed, such as; maintaining the appearance and cleanliness of the Merchandise Shop.



This area is primarily responsible with the general setup and maintenance of the tournament. It includes coordination with vendors to set up scoreboards, televisions, golf carts, hospitality structures, signs, fencing and various other items. Manual labor is a primary function of this position, and can include lifting of heavy boxes, shoveling mulch, installing televisions, driving stakes in the ground, and more.

Practice Range


Volunteers are asked to staff the range throughout the week to clean and sort the various brands of golf balls, as well as continually update the nameplates behind the pros.



Laser Operators
The Laser Operator role is responsible for using a laser rangefinder to track the landing position of shots on and around the fairway. This important function of the ShotLink scoring system enables real-time distance data and statistics to be delivered to scoreboards, TV broadcast, internet and mobile device applications. It requires a basic knowledge of the game of golf, as well as a commitment to timeliness, accuracy, and attention to detail. Laser operators are stationed on a fairway and should be physically able to stand at their laser position for the duration of their shift in potentially varied weather conditions. Laser operators should be comfortable with technology and focused on capturing data in a timely but accurate manner. Laser operators are required to complete approximately one hour of online training, an in-person training session the weekend prior to the tournament, on-course training on Tuesday or Wednesday of tournament week and should be available to work a shift for at least two tournament days.

ShotLink Tablet Operator
The Tablet Operator role is divided into 3 specific roles: Fairway Quick Tablet Operator; Greenside Quick Tablet Operator and Greenside Camera Tablet Operator. Each position is responsible for using a handheld tablet device to plot the ending position of shots. This important function of the ShotLink scoring system enables real-time distance data and statistics to be delivered to scoreboards, TV broadcast, internet and mobile device applications. It requires a basic knowledge of the game of golf, as well as a commitment to timeliness, accuracy, and attention to detail. Tablet operators are expected to be mobile and walk around the green as necessary to gain accurate insight into ball location. Tablet operators should be physically fit, capable of standing/walking for the duration of their shift in a variety of weather conditions. A one-hour online training course and an additional one-hour in-person training session prior to tournament week are required. Tablet Operators are also encouraged to attend on-course training on Tuesday or Wednesday of tournament week and should be available to work for at least two tournament days.

ShotLink Rover
The Rover position is responsible for rotating through each of the ShotLink Volunteer positions on a specific golf hole to provide breaks, answer questions, and provide assistance as needed. In some cases, the Rover may serve as a liaison between the ShotLink Truck and the ShotLink volunteers on the Rover’s assigned hole. The Rover should be an experienced volunteer that has completed the training for each type of volunteer position, as well as training specific to the ShotLink Rover position. Rovers will be required to attend and/or assist with the on-course training provided to Laser, Tablet and Spotter volunteers on Tuesday or Wednesday of tournament week and should be available to work for at least two tournament days.

ShotLink Spottter
The Spotter positions assist the fairway operators with locating ball positions and identifying situations where the player’s shot may be obstructed. This position requires a basic knowledge of the game of golf, as well as a commitment to timeliness, accuracy, and attention to detail. Spotters are expected to be mobile and walk as necessary to locate shots in their designated area (normally 1 side of a golf hole). Spotters should be physically fit and capable of standing/walking for the duration of their shift in a variety of weather conditions. On-course training on Tuesday or Wednesday of tournament week is also available (Confirm with Chairperson). The ShotLink Advance staff will provide orientation for this role on-site in conjunction with the committee chairperson. The Spotter should be available to work for at least two tournament days.

Registration Tip: You may request which hole to volunteer on, though, hole assignments are not guaranteed but are more-so based on where coverage is needed.

*Note: If you are interested in more information, please e-mail:

Special Needs


This position will assist handicapped spectators and those in need of extra attention. Volunteers will greet those spectators as they exit the handicap shuttle and provide information and maps as to viewing areas throughout the golf course that are set up just for handicapped individuals. Shuttles to different areas of the course may be available as well so volunteers would be asked to drive these individuals to certain points on the golf course and assist them onto/off the viewing areas.

Sponsor Services


Volunteers are needed to service the hospitality skyboxes and luxury suites in several areas of the golf course. You will work with the catering staff, bartenders, cleaning/trash crews and others to ensure each area is properly stocked and cleaned. Duties include greeting corporate sponsors, stocking of ice/cups/napkins/drinks, basic cleanup of the areas, and coordination with the sponsor contacts to meet their needs.

Standard Bearer


Standard bearers walk the entire 18 holes with a walking scorer carrying a 5 lb. standard sign with players’ names. Standard bearers are responsible for posting each player’s score in relation to par as a way to keep the gallery informed. Volunteers must be capable of walking 18 holes with the standard sign. Knowledge of golf, scoring and etiquette is beneficial.

Tee Box Drink Distribution


This job includes restocking drinks to the tee box coolers several times per day by golf cart as well as assisting in inventory control and cooling drinks prior to use on course. Some light lifting is required. This job offers a great way to watch golf all over the course while volunteering.



Volunteers will be involved in the teardown process following the tournament. This position involves lifting, tearing down structures, removing signage, and much more. Manual labor is a primary function of this position.

Transportation Greeters


Volunteers are asked to work the bus loading/unloading area at the tournament’s main entrance, greeting spectators as they arrive and helping spectators load onto the correct bus for their corresponding lots upon departure.

Volunteer Clothing


The Volunteer Clothing committee is focused on supplying all Wyndham Championship Volunteers with their uniform package–this includes shirts, hats, credentials & tickets, string bags and any other items that are provided by our sponsor. Major duties include clothing package assembly and clothing distribution. Also, there is a need for Volunteers during the week of the tournament from Monday through Sunday. For this committee, it is essential that you are Volunteer-friendly and accommodating.

Volunteer Food


This position involves sorting, packaging, and delivering the snacks, drinks, and lunches to volunteers throughout the course. The ability to be outdoors, drive or ride along in a golf cart, and light walking are a must. To maintain consistency during the tournament we are requesting a three-day minimum, but it is not required.

Walking Scorer


The role of the walking scorer is to walk with a group and keep their score along with specific statistics for both the Wednesday Pro-Am and the four days of the tournament proper. Walking scorers must have a solid understanding of the game of golf to be considered. Scorers are issued equipment prior to their round which includes a hand-held device to enter the scores and statistical information for each hole and a voice radio that enables constant communication with the PGA TOUR/ShotLink staff. At the completion of 18 holes, the walking scorer will accompany his/her group to the scoring tent, and if asked, read back the scores to the players. The walking scorer then proceeds back to the volunteer area to return their equipment.

There is a mandatory training session the weekend prior to the tournament. On-site support will be provided by PGA TOUR staff.

*Note: Because of the popularity of this committee combined with the low availability of positions, a code is needed to register for the Walking Scoring committee. If you are interested in more information, please e-mail