Mezquite Golf Tournament Needs Volunteers
August 3, 2017
Want to help raise money for scholarships and enjoy a day at the golf course? Volunteer your services at the 9th Annual Mezquite Golf Tournament. This annual golf tournament has raised over $500,000 in scholarship money and helped over 200 UNM students.
Volunteers will be needed from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. but can select time slots that fit best with their personal availability. We strongly recommend volunteers bring a hat, sun screen, reusable water bottle and an umbrella and chair if serving as a hole-in-one witness. Nice casual attire requested.
Please visit: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080e4cadae22aaf94-mezquite to sign up for a spot. Below is some general information about is expected.
Hole-in-One Contest Hole Witness: Volunteers, age 18 or older and not playing in the tournament, are needed to sit at a designated hole on the golf course to watch if a player hits a hole-in-one shot. In golf, a hole-in-one is when a ball hit from a tee shot finishes in the cup. This awards the player a score of one for the hole. Holes-in-one commonly occur on par 3 holes, the shortest distance holes on a standard golf course.
There will be designated holes with a prize to win should a player hit a hole-in-one shot. This golf shot must be verified by the witness in order for the player to win the prize at the hole. Volunteers will have 2 hour shifts. Two volunteers per shift is ideal. A "hole in one" occurs when the golfer gets his golf ball into the cup on the green with just one stroke. That means hitting the ball directly from the teeing ground into the hole. His or her score for the hole is 1.