This year’s RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing will be different from every previous installment in just about every possible way, right down to the way the PGA Tour professionals interact with Harbour Town Golf Links and Hilton Head Island in general.
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.
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.
An already stellar field for the 51st RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing got even stronger with the late addition of four players ranked in the top 35 of the Official World Golf Rankings on Friday.
Three more past champions will try to add another tartan jacket to their closet next month.
The expected field for the 51st annual RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing has gained four more players ranked in the top 50 in the Official World Golf Rankings, the tournament announced Wednesday.
Seven members of Team RBC — including South Carolina native Dustin Johnson — have committed to play in the 51st annual RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing from April 15-21 at Harbour Town Golf Links.
A pair of rounds in the 60s and making the cut made for a memorable first professional tournament for Bryson Nimmer.