A call for volunteers has been issued by the PGA Korn Ferry Tour’s Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper, which will play July 21-24 at Highland Springs Country Club in Springfield.
The PCCC’s Volunteer Army is generally 1,000 people strong annually, with numerous positions still needed to fill: marshals, walking scorers, on-course services, hospitality and standard bearers and more. The tournament is seeking to fill 120 positions.
Volunteers may register online at www.pricecuttercc.org, or by stopping by the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame, 3861 E. Stan Musial Drive in Springfield. Contact Volunteer Chair Sharon Alexander at 417.884.3671 or at email@example.com.
“The PGA Korn Ferry Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper could not function at an optimal level without the hundreds of volunteers who donate their time and energy to the cause,” Alexander said. “The list of responsibilities covered by the volunteers ranges from marshaling a hole to serving as a walking scorer to preparing food for the volunteers. The volunteers play a role in stabilizing the tournament structure.”
The call for volunteers comes as the calendar nears the bulk of the tournament’s fundraising events, which will assist 50 Ozarks children’s charities. A number of sponsorships also remain available. For instance:
Honoring Our Heroes presented the Honor Flight of the Ozarks
Want to help retired and current military, law enforcement, first responders and nurses – and their families – attend free of charge?
The Honoring Our Heroes presented by the Honor Flight of the Ozarks has sponsorships available to make that happen. The families will have seating in a tent near the No. 18 green and free access to the Ozarks Club food and beverage tent. Snacks and beverages also will be available in the tent.
Sponsorships levels include sign recognition at the tent and corporate ticket packages: choose $1,500 for Hero, or $1,000 for Commander, or $500 for Patriot or $250 for Recruit. Call 417-887-3400.
Want to play some of the area’s top courses? The tournament’s golf experiences have openings, too.
Those include: the Bryan Properites Junior Pro-Am on July 15 at Rivercut Golf Course and the Integrity Home Care Pro-Am on July 16 at LedgeStone Country Club.
The SRC Pro-Am on July 18 features pros who will play in the PCCC field. Two pro-ams are set for July 19 – the Silver Dollar City Pro-Am at Buffalo Ridge Golf Course in Branson, and the Discovery Center Women’s Pro-Am at Millwood Golf & Racquet Club in Ozark.
The Price Cutter Pro-Am, which features the top money winners on the Korn Ferry Tour, has openings for morning and afternoon rounds on July 20 at Highland Springs Country Club.
The Golfing for Justice Pro-Am, set for July 25 at Millwood Golf & Racquet Club, offers morning and afternoon rounds.
Businesses eager to support the charities and enhance their branding image have a number of ways to do so, through sponsorships of banners and other on-course signage.
Want to entertain clients? The tournament still has space for corporate hospitality tents along the No. 18 fairway.