Volunteers wanted for the Sharjah Senior Golf Masters Presented by Shurooq

The Sharjah Senior Golf Masters presented by Shurooq, taking place at Sharjah Golf & Shooting Club from March 16-18, is looking for volunteers who are enthusiastic about the game of golf to work in a variety of roles at the event.

Jobs are available as caddies, marshals and scorers for what promises to be a unique, fun filled and rewarding experience and one which will contribute signicantly to the smooth running of the event (responsibilities allocated based on volunteers’ availability over the week).

The deadline for applying is on the February 16 and the people who have applied for the roles will be contacted February 23.

“We will wholeheartedly welcome the help of the UAE’s golfing community at the event’s inaugural edition,” said Martin Duff, Director of Golf at Sharjah Golf & Shooting Club.

“Volunteers always play a vital role in the overall operation and success of these high profile events whether it be marshalling, helping with live scoring or caddying.

“The event requires around 80 people for each of the three days to fulfil all the responsibilities.  We are delighted to also confirm that we have the very experienced Martin Geskes confirmed as Chief Marshal and fellow member Mark Dupree as Caddie Master. Martin and Mark will select and contact suitable parties within a week of the applications closing date (Feb 16).”

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The Sharjah Senior Golf Masters presented by Shurooq, which promises to see some of golf’s most enduring talents grace the United Arab Emirates, will mark the fourth time the European Senior Tour has visited the Middle East following events in Abu Dhabi and Bahrain.

A Pro-Am hosted last year to mark the announcement of the event featured three former Ryder Cup stars in the form of Des Smyth, Ronan Rafferty and Paul Broadhurst, all of whom are expected to compete in the Sharjah Senior Golf Masters presented by Shurooq.

The European Senior Tour is “Where Legends Live On”, and is open to players over the age of 50. It has provided a platform for some of golf’s biggest stars to go on enjoying golden moments and delighting fans well into their twilight years since it began life in 1992.

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