The number one reason most of our volunteers enjoy supporting Golf House Kentucky (GHK) events and activities is it allows them an opportunity to give back to the greatest game ever played. The GHK Volunteer Program is designed to assist GHK in providing the highest level of service to golfers and golf clubs all across Kentucky. These enthusiasts donate their time and experience to the family of organizations for the love of golf and the promotion and preservation of the true spirit of the game. The interaction between the staff and the volunteers is a key ingredient in successfully implementing and administrating the many functions of the associations.
GHK volunteers are like a can of mixed nuts. Their personalities are pleasantly varied and their skills and expertise run the gamut of the professions and backgrounds. This is good because they perform an equally wide variety of functions.
Besides a passion for golf (regardless of playing ability), and a desire to give back to the game, the only requirement the GHK asks of its volunteers is professionalism and a dedicated work ethic. If a volunteer meets that criterion, then GHK takes care of the rest with its online and onsite shadow training programs.
As GHK expands its programming, more volunteers are needed. It is forecasted that in the next three years GHK will need a volunteer core of over 50 volunteers for a variety of volunteer roles. If you or someone you know has a passion for golf and wants to give back to the game, call the GHK office and explore how your skills and experience can be utilized as a GHK volunteer. Contact Connie Saner at (502) 243.8295 ext. 306 or email@example.com.
If you are interested in becoming a GHK Tournament volunteer, please complete the following steps:
STEP #2: ORIENTATION
Once your Volunteer Profile has been received and approved, we will conduct an online orientation with you to give you a better understanding of our association. At this time you will be asked to select the days you would like to volunteer.
STEP #3: TRAINING
After your orientation, we will coordinate a day in which you will be partnered with an experienced Tournament volunteer or staff member in your area of desired interest so that you can shadow them and observe first-hand what it takes to conduct the finest Tournaments in the state.