Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Registration for returning volunteers is now open. If you are interested in volunteering please contact volunteers@heritageclassicfoundation.com.

Caddie Operations

Assist the Pro-Am amateur caddies and players and support Pro caddies throughout the week. Shuttle Pro-Am participants via golf carts and maintain the bag drop as players and caddies arrive. Support PGA TOUR caddies with registration and parking. Duties require standing in the sun and moving between locations frequently throughout the shift.

Child Care

Provide child care for players’ children during Tournament week, including various educational, outdoor and field trip activities. Duties require standing and moving between locations at times. Background check is required.



Get close to the Pros and the inside-the-ropes personnel by transporting players, caddies, families, walking scorers, standard bearers and officials via golf cart from the 18th green to the clubhouse. Duties require driving a golf cart.

Work inside the ropes and right on course, helping ensure that play proceeds smoothly and safely, creating an enjoyable experience on the course without distracting players. Work on one hole, and periodically rotate positions around the hole in order to assist players with locating balls and obtaining rulings. Duties require standing in the sun for the duration of the shift. Knowledge of golf etiquette is recommended. Training occurs prior to tournament week.

Hospitality Ambassadors

Serve as a liaison for the Tournament and information reference for the spectators. Welcome and direct guests at the entry point to their hospitality suite or course entrance. Help ensure an ideal experience by assisting guests with Tournament information. Duties require standing in the sun for the duration of the shift and frequently walking up and down stairs. This committee's training occurs prior to the tournament week.

Media Relations


Work inside the Media Center, assisting the media with Tournament information and coordinating with various media outlets, the PGA TOUR and players.

Player Refreshment

Get close to the action and see the course by supplying beverages and snacks for the players at various hole locations. Set-up and take-down on-course coolers each day while maintaining the product.

Duties require heavy lifting and carrying substantial weight over varying distances. Volunteers must be physically fit to perform the duties. Duties require driving a golf cart through crowded areas on the course.

Player Transportation


Provide a welcoming experience for players and their families by providing transportation around the island and the local attractions during their time at the Tournament. Respond to transportation requests from Tournament officials as needed throughout the Tournament. Duties require driving a vehicle in various weather conditions. Driving record check is required.

Safe Haven/Rain Delay

Coordinate with Tournament officials, golfers and other volunteer committees in the event of inclement weather. Direct and transport players and support staff by van to shelter, and inform Tournament support personnel how to proceed in accordance with TOUR guidelines regarding the resumption or postponement of play. Duties require driving a vehicle in inclement weather conditions. Driving record check is required. Training occurs prior to tournament week.

Use lasers and other electronics to track the position and distance of the players’ shots to generate statistics for use on TV and Internet coverage. Positioned on one hole with locations around the fairway landing area and at the green. Duties require the use of small electronics and attention to detail while charting the location of golf balls. Knowledge of golf is recommended. Operates Thursday to Sunday of tournament week. Training is during tournament week.

View this video to learn more about the significance of ShotLink data and the contribution of ShotLink volunteers. Additional ShotLink Laser information can be found on the ShotLink website: www.shotlink.com.


Walk inside the ropes and be in the thick of the action for an entire round with a group of PGA TOUR players and record instantaneous shot and score updates during the Tournament. The information is then updated on the TV broadcast on Internet leaderboards. Duties require the use of small electronics and walking all 18 holes in various weather conditions. Knowledge of golf and attention to detail is required.

Operates Wednesday to Sunday of tournament week. Training occurs prior to tournament week.Additional ShotLink Walking Scorer information can be found on the ShotLink Website: www.shotlink.com.

Special Assistance Shuttle

Assist spectators who need special assistance by transporting them via golf cart from the Handicapped Parking drop-off area to central locations within the golf course in order to enjoy various locations on the course. Duties require driving a golf cart.

Standard Bearers


Standard Bearers walk inside the ropes for all 18 holes with their group, carrying RBC Heritage leaderboard standards to display accurate and up-to-date scores throughout the round.

Traffic Management

Assist spectators with information while loading and unloading spectator shuttles at Harbour Town Marina and parking areas.

Volunteer Tent

Oversee the tent volunteers will report to at the start of their day and between shifts. Serve as the primary source of volunteer information to answer volunteer and Tournament-related questions. Help keep the tent stocked with food and drinks while maintaining an appealing area for volunteers to congregate. Duties require moving and lifting supplies.


Provide information and distribute and organize volunteer uniforms and volunteer package material at Volunteer Uniform Distribution in March. Duties require moving and lifting supplies.

Apply to be an RBC Heritage Golf Tournament volunteer!

Questions? Email Volunteer Coordinator Sydney Brewton • volunteers@heritageclassicfoundation.com.

Interested applicants must live or have accommodations within 1.5 hours of Hilton Head for the week of the Tournament and agree to work a minimum of 16 hours, or 4 shifts, depending on the committee.

Certain committees have additional training.

There is a $100 registration fee, which includes the uniform hat, jacket and shirt, a volunteer badge, a meal ticket for each working day redeemable at all concession stands, preferred parking and shuttle transportation and an invitation to the Volunteer Appreciation Party.