The 53rd RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing takes place at Harbour Town Golf Links April 12-18. The prestigious event will feature limited spectators on-site and strict health and safety protocols, which you can learn about in our RBC Heritage Guide. The tournament, held annually since 1969, is expected to feature some of the world's best golfers. Webb Simpson returns to defend his title, and Dustin Johnson and Sergio Garcia are scheduled to compete. Our guide offers a snapshot of some of the top golfers set to participate, offers an update on the Heritage's safety protocols and takes a look at the economic impact in our community. The guide also provides a complete listing of the televison coverage. Enjoy the action.
TEAM RBC EMBODIES PINNACLE OF PERFORMANCE
Team RBC was established in 2009 and consists of 14 elite male and female golfers who embody the pinnacle of golf performance, according to Heritage Classic Foundation marketing and communications director Angela McSwain. Ambassadors support RBC's client-hosting experiences and marketing initiatives and display RBC branding on their apparel and golf bags. Webb Simpson, the RBC Heritage defending champion, is an ambassador. These are a few of the other ambassadors who are scheduled to play at the RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing this year, including South Carolina-born Dustin Johnson.
WEBB SIMPSON WILL DEFEND RBC HERITAGE TITLE
Webb Simpson is back to defend his championship at the 53rd RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing. The April 12-18 tournament is at Harbour Town Golf Links on Hilton Head Island.
Simpson, a Team RBC Ambassador, surged through a tightly packed leaderboard last June to win the Heritage. He finished 22-under-par 262 to beat a group that included Daniel Berger, Sergio Garcia and Brooks Koepka. The winning score was a record, beating Brian Gay’s 20-under 264 finish in 2009.
This year’s RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing will be played with limited spectators and strict health protocols because of the coronavirus pandemic. The annual event will still make an impact in the community.
Patrons who flock to Harbour Town Golf Links to watch some of the world’s top golfers have traditionally pumped millions of dollars into Hilton Head Island’s shops, restaurants and hotels.
YOUNG GOLFERS CONNECT WITH THE PROS BY VOLUNTEERING AT HARBOUR TOWN DRIVING RANGE
Every year at the RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing, a group of aspiring young golfers get an opportunity of a lifetime to share the spotlight on
Hilton Head Island’s grandest stage. Local middle- and high school students are given the chance to volunteer on the PGA Tour event’s driving range at Harbour Town Golf Links, connecting with players, caddies, and sponsors along the way while building lasting memories.
Webb Simpson punched through a tightly packed leaderboard fueled by unprecedented low scoring to win The RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing golf tournament at Harbour Town Golf Links. He finished 22-under-par 262 to beat a group that included a charging Daniel Berger, Sergio Garcia and Brooks Koepka. The winning total was a record, beating Brian Gay’s 20-under 264 finish in 2009. More than Simpson’s course knowledge was experience in contention and knowing how he would react as birdies flew, he said. Simpson will move to No. 5 in the official world rankings.
Team RBC was established in 2009 and is comprised of 18 elite male and female golfers who embody the pinnacle of golf performance, said Heritage Classic Foundation marketing and communications Director Angela McSwain. “These ambassadors support RBC's client-hosting experiences and marketing initiatives and also display RBC branding on their apparel and golf bags,” she said.
These are a few of the ambassadors who will be playing at the RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing this year.
PAN WILL FIGHT TO KEEP HIS TITLE AT RBC HERITAGE TOURNAMENT
C.T. Pan will defend his title at the 52nd RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing. The June 18-21 tournament is at Harbour Town Golf Links on Hilton Head Island.
He’ll face Rory McIlroy, the No. 1 player in the world, among a number of formidable rivals. McIlroy last competed in the Heritage in 2009 when he finished 58th.
The RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing will take place June 18-21 at Harbour Town Golf Links. This year’s tournament will be a made-for-TV event as it will be conducted without spectators and the traditional activities that surround the event. Watch all the action on the Golf Channel and CBS, which will bring the tournament to households worldwide. The PGA Tour staff worked with federal and state public health officials to implement a layered safety approach, including comprehensive testing, enhanced hygiene and social distancing guidelines. Beginning June 1, the Heritage Classic Foundation will begin to rope and stake the entire perimeter of Harbour Town Golf Links.
GET THE MOST OUT OF THE RBC HERITAGE WITH THESE TIPS
First time attending the RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing? You’re in for a real treat — but the scene at Harbour Town Golf Links can be a bit daunting to a first-time spectator.
Let’s get the most important thing out of the way first: Do not, under any circumstance, yell “Get in the hole!”