If you have any questions regarding volunteering for Golf Manitoba, please feel free to call Carol Muzychka at 204-925-5733.
Volunteers have been at the heart of the organization since its founding in 2003 and prior to that for both the Manitoba Ladies’ Golf Association and the Manitoba Golf Association.
As a volunteer, you are part of a team of volunteers and staff working together to enable Golf Manitoba to achieve its goals. Your contribution, dedication and commitment are vital to our growth. Each volunteer opportunity contributes an important part to the organization as a whole and allows Golf Manitoba to provide the services we do to help the game of golf prosper.
Below is a brief description of volunteer opportunities Golf Manitoba offers.
Board Member: The Board of Directors are the representatives of the members, elected to develop and oversee the implementation of policies necessary to safeguard and advance the interest and purposes of the organization.
Bingos: Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries Corporation provide provincial sport organizations (PSOs) with a grant in the form of bingo allocations each year. The purpose of this grant is to support the PSO in developing athletes, coaches, officials and volunteers. Five volunteers are required for each bingo.
Committee Member: Members of permanent committees that represent, and are accountable to the Board for major functional areas or resource management activities of the organization.
Course Raters: Are part of a course rating team that evaluates courses in accordance with the course rating system. The course rating system is an integral part of the Golf Canada Handicap System and the National Score Centre.
Tournament Course Marking: Assists with marking the host course in accordance with the rules of golf.
Tournament Rules Official: In charge of all matters pertaining to the Rules of Golf during the course of a tournament.
Tournament Scorer: Ensures that competitors are informed about scoring procedures and that scoring is completed as outlined in the Tournament Manual.
Tournament Starter: Oversees the first tee activities at a tournament, assuring that all procedures and announcements are performed in accordance with the Tournament Manual.
Tournament Timer: Works with the Lead Check Point official to monitor the Golf Manitoba Pace of Play.