Volunteers are needed for the 2020 RBC Heritage presented by Boeing golf tournament taking place April 13-19 at Harbour Town Golf Links on Hilton Head Island.
C.T. Pan raised his arms in a triumphant V and celebrated, not surrounded by cheering throngs of well-hydrated fans, but alone on the driving range at Harbour Town Golf Links.
For the first 48 years of the RBC Heritage, no golfer from South Carolina managed to capture the title at the Palmetto State’s only PGA Tour stop.
Dustin Johnson, the top-ranked player in the world, is one shot ahead of Ian Poulter, Rory Sabbatini, and 36-hole leader Shane Lowry heading into the final round of the 51st RBC Heritage.
We warned you at the outset that picking a winner from the 132-player field at the 51st RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing was a tricky business, but now that we’re at the halfway point, let’s look at how those picks are shaping up.
One shot transformed Emiliano Grillo’s ho-hum second round at the 51st RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing into one he won’t soon forget.
Shane Lowry weathered the storm and left Harbour Town Golf Links with the lead again Friday, but he has a long Saturday ahead of him.
This week's episode of the Lowcountry Sports Report is a special RBC Heritage focused edition with local golf expert Roger Clark sitting in for JJ. Watch it now or catch it on The County Channel at 8 p.m. Friday.
One of RBC Heritage Tournament Director Steve Wilmot’s annual laments is that he and his staff can’t control two things — the leaderboard and the weather.
Shane Lowry fired a bogey-free round of 6-under-par 65 on a perfect spring day at Harbour Town Golf Links and holds a one-shot lead over a group of five players after the first round of the RBC Heritage.