U.S. Open volunteer opportunities in Pinehurst available

Online volunteer registration for the 124th U.S. Open Championship is now available. The championship, conducted by the United States Golf Association (USGA), will be played at Pinehurst Resort & Country Club (Course No. 2) on June 13-16, 2024.

An additional 2,000 volunteers are needed to fill positions on nine committees, including disability services, merchandise, corporate hospitality and admissions. Early submission of the application gives volunteers a better opportunity of being assigned to one of their three committee preferences. Interested volunteers should email [email protected]

“Volunteers are the backbone of USGA championships, and especially here in the Sandhills, we have some of the best and most experienced folks in the world lending a hand and helping us bring the U.S. Open to life,” said Reg Jones, managing director, U.S. Open. “We’re incredibly excited to bring this championship back to Pinehurst, and know the community echoes our enthusiasm and commitment to making the 2024 U.S. Open the best championship yet.” 

To be a volunteer, a person must commit to working four shifts with each shift lasting five to six hours throughout the week of the championship. Volunteers are required to purchase a uniform package for $240.75 (including applicable tax). The volunteer apparel package includes two Peter Millar golf shirts, one Peter Millar jacket, one choice of logoed hat, visor or bucket hat, a stainless-steel water bottle, drawstring bag, commemorative lapel pin and a volunteer credential, valid for all seven days of the championship.

Volunteers will have access to the volunteer hospitality tent on the days they are working. This tent will serve as volunteer headquarters, and the USGA will provide complimentary food, snacks, and beverages throughout the week.  

Pinehurst Resort & Country Club will host its fourth U.S. Open and 13th USGA championship. The U.S. Open was previously contested at Course No. 2 in 1999 (won by Payne Stewart), 2005 (won by Michael Campbell) and 2014 (won by Martin Kaymer). 

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