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The success and delivery of the 2014 NZ Open is dependant on volunteer assistance, particularly in view of the expanded tournament format incorporating both The Hills and Millbrook courses. With the new format, we are looking for volunteers to either assist for either the entire 4 days of the event or to assist for just 2 days (Thursday and Friday) at Millbrook only leaving time to watch the final 2 days play at The Hills.

Contact Sue McFarlane, Volunteer Co-Ordinator for registrations:

Volunteer Roles:

Positions cover a wide range of roles suitable for golfers and non golfers who have enthusiasm, motivation, passion and are willing to give their time and energy to support this great event while having lots of fun. Specific roles include:

  • Course Marshals (2 & 4 days)
  • On Course Leaderboards (2 & 4 days)
  • Caddy Jackets (2 & 4 days)
  • Walker Scorers (2 & 4 days)
  • Mobile Scoreboards
  • Main Results Board
  • Scores Receivers & Computer Scores Input
  • Shuttle Drivers
  • Driving Range

Volunteer Package Includes:

  • Complimentary season pass & parking
  • Commemorative shirt & cap
  • Lunch pack each day you assist
  • 'Thank You' function on the Saturday evening & free entry to the Concert
  • 4 day volunteers receive a complimentary round of golf at either The Hills or Millbrook
  • 2 day volunteers receive a complimentary round of golf at Millbrook

Clubs - "Adopt a Hole"

We encourage clubs to bring a group of members together to "adopt a hole" to marshal. Depending on the size of your group we can allocate you a par 3, par 4 or par 5.

What happens next:

  • Register your interest by identifying two positions of interest & forwarding your details via email, along with your name, a contact phone no, Club ID, shirt size & number of days you are available to assist
  • Following your email registration, confirmation of your position will be advised
  • Further information will be supplied January 2014

For further information or to register your interest please email:

Sue McFarlane, Volunteer Co-Ordinator: