2022 Charles Schwab Cup Championship
Welcome to the 2022 Charles Schwab Cup Championship, and thank you for your interest in volunteering. Volunteers are vital to the success of PGA TOUR events, supporting every element of the tournament from greeting spectators, tracking statistics, feeding fans and keeping the grounds beautiful throughout the event. Without the hard work and countless hours given by the volunteers during tournament week, the Charles Schwab Cup Championship would not be possible.
This website offers detail on the tournament and volunteer program. Volunteer opportunities are available on a first come, first serve basis. We would like to express our appreciation to all of our returning volunteers for their hard work and continued dedication, and welcome all new volunteers for taking this step to help us make the 2022 Charles Schwab Cup Championship a great event.
The PGA TOUR and it's tournaments celebrate and annouced we have surpassed $3 billion in all-time charitable giving. The charitable total, which includes a record $204.3 million in 2019 to bring the all-time total to $3.05 billion, includes donations made by tournaments on the PGA TOUR, PGA TOUR Champions, Korn Ferry Tour, Mackenzie Tour-PGA TOUR Canada, PGA TOUR Latinoamérica and PGA TOUR Series-China. We could not have done this without the major contribution of our volunteers and their time, energy and commitment, in achieving these amazing giving levels.
Look forward to seeing you November 7-13, 2022 at Phoenix Country Club!
CHARLES SCHWAB CUP CHAMPIONSHIP STAFF
If you have any questions in regards to volunteering, please contact:
Kristi Lee Fowlks
Tournament Services Manager
INTEGRITY PROGRAM: The PGA TOUR Integrity Program is intended to maintain integrity and prevent betting-related corruption in PGA TOUR competitions. Each volunteer is subject to the terms of the PGA TOUR Integrity Program Manual (the “Integrity Program Manual”). The Integrity Program Manual, among other things: prohibits volunteers from betting on the Tournament and providing inside information to third parties for purposes of betting on the Tournament; and requires volunteers to report any violations of the Integrity Program Manual to the TOUR. A violation of the Integrity Program may result in dismissal from volunteering for the Tournament, among other consequences.
AUTOGRAPH POLICY: The PGA TOUR will continue to have a No On-Course Autograph Policy in place for both practice rounds and competition days. In response to the growing number of comments and concerns from participating players surrounding Volunteers soliciting autographs, especially when taking advantage of the access they are granted in a working capacity, this policy will be strictly enforced among all volunteers. Volunteers must adhere to the No Autograph policy at ALL times (this includes taking selfies/photographs). There will be a zero tolerance policy, if you are reported asking for autographs your credential will be removed and you will be asked to vacate the golf course. In order to enforce this, Volunteers are also required to refrain from autograph seeking at any time they are dressed in uniform on site. Autographs will be permitted when a volunteer is off shift, wearing his/her street clothes, and in a designated autograph zone. The No On-Course Autograph Policy is meant to enhance the experience and safety for all parties, we appreciate your cooperation.