Welcome to the Volunteer InfoPortal
If you are a current Central Links Golf volunteer and are looking for tournament official work assignments or course rating information please click the links below.
Central Links Golf depends on volunteers to help conduct it’s programs and services. Only through the dedicated efforts of volunteers are we able to accomplish a myriad of activities. These men and women travel all over the community conducting championships; measuring, marking, and rating courses; presenting seminars; and promoting the Association and golf in many other ways. Although these individuals possess a wide range of golf skills and come from a variety of social and business backgrounds, they all have a common denominator they want to give something back to the game that has meant so much in their lives.
A volunteer should
- Be an active and respected member of a golf course
- Be able to commit the necessary time
- Attend seminars and develop the required skills to serve the Association
- Enjoy working with young people and other adult volunteers
- Be able to learn efficiently and be open to developing skills in the field
Interested in becoming a Course Rater? Contact Jacque Madison, Director of Member Services via email at email@example.com. Interested in becoming a Rules Official? Contact Todd Stice, Director of Rules & Competitions-Kansas City via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or Casey Old, Director of Competitions-Kansas via email at email@example.com.
The Virgil Parker Award, created in 1997, is given at the discretion of the Executive Committee to those individuals that have made an impact on golf and golfers in Kansas through significant volunteer efforts. The award is named after a man that was a volunteer leader of the Kansas Golf Association even during a successful amateur golfer career in the Wichita area. Virgil Parker was an expert on the rules of golf, a president of the Kansas Golf Association, and a member of the Kansas Golf Hall of Fame.
Past Winners: Merle Reynoldson, Junction City (1997), Gary Conover, Wichita (2001), Bill Knox, Salina (2001), Lew Golden, Topeka (2003), Jerry Goforth, Lawrence (2010), Larry Barrett, Colby (2013), Scott Brooks, Wichita (2015), Jack Simpson, Wichita (2016), Bill Conrey, McPherson (2019), Brian Boston, Hutchinson (2019).