- Week-long official apparel (two (2) T-shirts and one (1) cap)
- Week-long volunteer admittance credentials
- Week-long volunteer parking voucher
- Volunteers Golf Day (Tuesday, 8th Nov)
- Volunteers Party on Sunday, October 23 upon conclusion of play
- Volunteers Handbook
- Meals on the day you work (breakfast and lunch)
- Certificate for volunteer service
Volunteers will be required to work and participate in event activities throughout the four days of the tournament, Thursday – Sunday, as well as potential days leading up to the tournament based on your committee assignment. In addition, you will need to attend a familiarisation day on Saturday, 15 October at TPCKL prior to tournament week
All volunteers should have some understanding of the game of golf. However, there are many roles available that do not require complete knowledge of the game.
Volunteers must have a good command of spoken and written English.
All volunteers are required to be courteous and attentive in their roles at all times.
Good social and interpersonal skills are also required as all the roles involve working with others.
Volunteers are not allowed to ask players for their autographs while in uniform.
All volunteers must be at least 18 years of age with the exception of Standard Bearers, as of 1st October 2016.
Greet guests and check for proper credentials. Ensure that only properly credentialed clients are allowed in private hospitality areas. Assist marshals with noise control in hospitality areas.
Assigned to a specific hole, are in charge of controlling crowd noise, assist player movement from green to tee and locating errant shots.
Update and manage on course manual leaderboards with scores/hole status provided by scoring control.
Manage player movement in high traffic areas on golf course, driving range, green to tees, outside ropes.
To receive and record scores and statistics of the professionals during the competitive rounds and communicate this information. Golf knowledge required.
To provide directory assistance to spectators and corporate clients, and answer to all questions regarding the CIMB Classic.
To accompany each group of professionals during play and display their scores in relation to par on a cumulative basis. The Standard Bearers committee consists mostly of young adults, who must carry the standard (weight approximately 2-3 kilograms) and walk the length of the course.
The CIMB Classic will be broadcasted on television across the globe. You will be assisting the TV crews with equipment and running errands while walking all 18 holes. MUST have golf knowledge.
To record and communicate scores and statistics of the professionals during the competitive rounds while walking the length of the course. Golf knowledge required.
Coordinate all the volunteers according to their group and to distribute food and beverages to volunteers on the course, and assist in the distribution of volunteer uniforms.