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Volunteer registration open for 2019 Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic 

ONEIDA – Tournament officials recently launched volunteer registration for the third annual Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic.

The tournament will take place July 2-7, 2019, at Thornberry Creek at Oneida.

South Korea’s Sei Young Kim will defend the title that she captured last year with an LPGA scoring record of 31-under par.

More than 600 volunteers came together last year to contribute to one of the most memorable LPGA events of the 2018 season.

Members of the public can now apply to volunteer for a range of tournament committee positions including hospitality, operations, scoring and marshals.

“Without the hard work of our volunteers, this unique LPGA event would not be possible,” said Jon-Paul Genet, Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic tournament director. “In only the third year of the tournament, we have been overwhelmed by the support of the greater Green Bay community, and we look forward to providing another memorable experience for our volunteers and spectators.”

In conjunction with the launch of volunteer registration, Prevea Health once again returns as the official healthcare and volunteer sponsor.

They will activate on-site during tournament week and serve as host of the volunteer appreciation party following tournament play Saturday, July 6.

“We thoroughly enjoy being part of the Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic and it is a pleasure to host the volunteer appreciation party after such a tough but enjoyable week,” said Dr. Ashok Rai, president and CEO at Prevea Health. “We are committed to sharing our knowledge and passion for health and wellness to the greater Green Bay community, and the tournament enables us to perfectly connect with them.”

Volunteers pay a $55 registration fee, which includes a tournament polo, hat, meals during their shifts, volunteer credential, volunteer preferred parking pass and four weekly grounds and clubhouse tickets for friends and family (total value of $260).

Those who volunteer at least 18 hours are also eligible for a discounted round of golf at Thornberry Creek at Oneida.

Ticket Information

A range of ticket options is now on sale by visiting the tournament website.

Children 17 and under receive free admission when accompanied by a ticketed adult.

New for 2019, all ticket holders will have access into the Thornberry Creek at Oneida clubhouse.

Single-day grounds and clubhouse tickets are $25, while weekly grounds and clubhouse tickets are $65.

Active duty, retired, reserve military and veterans will receive complimentary grounds access.

Tribal Members of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin receive complimentary grounds access as well.

For more information on how to volunteer or what the roles involve, tickets and additional information, please visit ThornberryCreekLPGAClassic.com.

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