The second major of the year is upon us with the U.S. Open taking place in Oakmont, PA. Team RSM members Zach Johnson and Andy Sullivan are playing, and are joined by previous RSM Classic winners Chris Kirk (2013), Robert Streb (2014) and Kevin Kisner (2015). Best of luck to our “guys”!
And speaking of Team RSM and prior RSM Classic winners, we’d like to remind you that volunteer registration for the 2016 RSM Classic is now open. The RSM Classic wouldn’t be possible without the help of our many volunteers, who create a friendly and enjoyable experience for golf fans, PGA TOUR players, hospitality partners and RSM clients and friends. We appreciate the dedication, flexibility and friendliness of all our volunteers, and are looking forward to seeing them this November at Sea Island! If you’re a returning volunteer interested in helping out again this year, please use this link. If you have not volunteered at The RSM Classic previously but are interested in supporting this unique experience, which has donated nearly $5 million to local and national charitable organizations since the tournament’s inception in 2010, you can fill out your volunteer application here, after reviewing the volunteer requirements below.
The requirements to volunteer at The RSM Classic include:
⁻ Must be at least 16 years of age by the start of tournament
⁻ Must purchase your own volunteer package ($80)
⁻ Must work a minimum of 12 hours (number of shifts may vary depending on your committee assignment)
⁻ Must provide a valid email address as most of our communications are by email
The benefits of volunteer include:
⁻ POLO Golf Shirt
⁻ POLO Golf Jacket
⁻ Tournament Cap or Visor (included in the uniform) or a Sun Hat (at an additional cost)
⁻ Two (2) Good Any One Day tickets to attend The RSM Classic
⁻ Volunteer Badge that grants access to the tournament even on days you are not scheduled to volunteer
⁻ Commemorative Pin
⁻ Food provided for each shift worked
⁻ Complimentary round of golf at Sea Island Golf Club (must complete a minimum of 12 hours of volunteer service)
Want to learn more about our volunteer opportunities? Visit www.rsmclassic.com.
In closing this week’s post, we’d like to wish everyone a wonderful Father’s Day weekend. We hope the weather is nice where ever in the world you’re celebrating, and that you can enjoy a day on the golf course with YOUR dad!
Be sure to stop by next week to learn more about Team RSM and the 2016 RSM Classic (Nov. 14-20 at Sea Island, GA)!