Was there an advance or priority program established for Brookline residents to volunteer?

The USGA and Town of Brookline announced on March 26, 2021, that Brookline residents had an advanced opportunity to register as a volunteer for the 2022 U.S. Open Championship. This advanced volunteer registration opportunity was only intended for Brookline residents. Volunteer applications submitted via the use of the “2022BrooklineRes” registration code were subject to review and were required to have a permanent Town of Brookline residential address. Non-Brookline resident applications were NOT considered during this advanced volunteer registration opportunity. Non-Brookline residents were encouraged to visit the U.S. Open Volunteer Website (usga.org/2022usovolunteers) beginning on Monday, April 12 to register in conjunction with the public launch. For the latest information on the volunteer program, please visit usga.org/2022usovolunteers.

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1. When and how do I volunteer for the U.S. Open?
2. Was there an advance or priority program established for Brookline residents to volunteer?
3. Why does it cost money to be a volunteer?
4. What does the volunteer apparel package consist of?
5. What is the time commitment for volunteering? What is the volunteer timeline moving forward?
6. Can I be scheduled at the same time as my spouse, friend, etc.?
7. If I am no longer able to volunteer, may I receive a refund?
8. Do volunteers receive a family/friend ticket with their volunteer credential?
9. Will volunteers be able to leave feedback once the championship has concluded?