of the Grand Final Road to Mallorca launches the campaign to recruit volunteers
to collaborate during the celebration of this tournament that will take place
in the Club of Alcanada between November 7 and 10, 2019 and which will be attended by the 45 best players of the European Challenge Tour, all of them hoping to
finish in the top 15 and graduate for the European Tour.
Volunteers of the Grand Final Road to Mallorca will participate directly in the execution during the tournament, playing a fundamental role for the good development of the competition and contributing to the overall success of the event.
Number of days volunteering
At first, collaboration with the organization will be required from Thursday 7th to Sunday 10th. The number of days to cover will depend on the availability of each person but preferably we would like to be able to count on the participation throughout the tournament (November 7th to 10th) and according to the assigned position.
From 07:00 to 17:30. To be distributed according to the assigned task.
Minimum age and selection criteria
• Basic knowledge of golf
• Be at least 14 years old
• Volunteers must wear the uniform given to them and comply with their selected working hours
You will receive
• Food and drink
• Clothing provided by the organization (cap, polo t-shirt, pullover)
• Personal and non - transferable accreditation of the event
• 1 Green fee of the Alcanada Golf Club for each work day to be enjoyed before 03.31.2020.
• Closing party
Positions to be filled: About 50 people are required each day
Marshal: A marshal is a volunteer who has to be on a hole to control and maintain silence from the spectators who are watching the players playing at that time.
Their main job is to ensure that there is silence from 10 seconds before the player hits the ball until the shot is complete.
Moving marshal: The same role as a marshal but they follow the group they have been assigned to for 18 holes.
Scorer: A volunteer who follows their assigned match for 18 holes, always behind and without bothering the group, recording the results of the 2 or 3 players in the group.
Leaderboard: Similar to scorers, but instead of recording the player’s results on each hole, this person simply carries a large sign with the names of the players in the group they are following and changes their total score on the sign whenever necessary.
Fixed Leaderboard: Another type of Leaderboard volunteer is the Fixed Leaderboard volunteer who is positioned wherever the European Tour places the large leaderboards with the top 5 scores and their work is to change the scores on their fixed leaderboard to what it says on the board given to them by the European Tour.
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What will happen after your application?
Once you have completed your application to form part of the organization, a process will start by means of which those volunteers that meet the minimum requirements, show enthusiasm and dedication to the tournament and whose characteristics best suit the roles and requirements, will be selected.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is transport or accommodation paid for during the volunteer work?
No. Transport and accommodation will be covered by the volunteer
Do volunteers receive any monetary payment? Being a Road to Mallorca Volunteer is an unpaid position. There are a number of non-economic compensations for the dedication and work done
As a volunteer, will I be insured in the event of an accident during my work?
With your collaboration as a volunteer at the Road to Mallorca, you will be covered with civil liability insurance.