(WICHITA, Kan.) — The last day of the Wichita Open is met with triple-digit temps.
The high topped 100 across most of Kansas on Sunday as is expected to climb even higher on Monday.
It was plenty hot for golfers and fans, but tournament volunteers are putting in the most hours in the scorching heat. Their job now is to get the course back looking the way it did before the tourney and get scoreboards and such on the road to the next PGA tournament stop.
"Being out here in 100 degree weather makes it a lot tougher," volunteer Dustin Kinder says.
Operations director Michael Axline says he makes sure the workers have plenty of water and Gatorade.
The Wichita Open relies on some 500 volunteers before, during and after the tournament to make the event a success.