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Sentry Tournament of Champions Seeks Volunteers

September 22, 2017, 11:53 AM HST
* Updated December 26, 9:43 AM
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The 2018 Sentry Tournament of Champions is scheduled to take place Jan. 3-7, 2018, and will celebrate its 20th year on Maui along with a new chapter in the tournament’s history with Sentry Insurance debuting as the title sponsor.

Sentry Tournament of Champions seeks volunteers for January’s event. Participants will have the chance to get up close with some of the PGA’s best. Photo Courtesy

The tournament has provided a significant economic and charitable impact for Maui’s worthy non-profits. With the help of sponsors, resort and community partners, and volunteers the event has raised nearly $6 million since 1999.

Volunteers for the event will have the chance to get up-close and personal with some of the PGA TOUR’s best. The field for this year’s tournament includes defending champion Justin Thomas, past champions Jordan Spieth and Dustin Johnson, and stars like Rickie Fowler, Hideki Matsuyama and many more.

Volunteers that work five shifts/days will receive a tournament cap or visor, two tournament uniform shirts, one weekly pass to the tournament, shift meals, and one certificate for a round of golf at The Bay Course. Volunteers that work less than five shifts will receive one cap or visor, one uniform shirt, one weekly pass to the tournament and shift meals.

The tournament has served as one of the premier marketing vehicles for the state, showcasing the beauty of Maui via 60+ hours of television programming to millions of viewers worldwide.


To register to volunteer, click here or visit the Tournament website and click volunteer.
For questions call 808-665-9160.

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