Jordan Spieth wins in playoff.
HOSTING THE RBC HERITAGE TAKES A YEAR OF PRECISE PLANNING
BY CLAY BONNYMAN EVANS | PHOTO BY MADISON ELROD
Imagine how much organization, planning and human resources to accomplish the following:
First, getting 155 automobiles — courtesy of a professional partnership with BMW — from Greer, South Carolina to Hilton Head Island, 250 miles and a four-hour drive away.
RBC HERITAGE FEATURES TOP TALENT
BY HILTON HEAD MONTHLY
The field for the 54th RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing is filled with some of the sport’s elite golfers. The contenders looking to dethrone defending champion Stewart Cink include many performers positioned high in the Official World Golf Ranking. Here’s a look at some of the top challengers.
STEWART CINK AIMS TO WIN A FOURTH RBC HERITAGE CROWN
BY ANTHONY GARZILLI | PHOTO SUPPLIED
The most important shot during Stewart Cink’s quest for last year’s RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing championship wasn’t a soaring final-round drive or a calm putt.
For Cink, the crucial moment on the journey to the crown happened on the tournament’s first hole.
RBC HERITAGE FUELED BY DEDICATED VETERAN HELPERS
BY MARK E. LETT | PHOTOS BY RITTERBECK PHOTOGRAPHY
From tee to green, inside the ropes and behind the scenes, an army of volunteers is key to the success of the RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing.
They come to enjoy an oceanside course, they come to see some of the world’s greatest players, and they come to savor one of golf’s most delightful events.
STEWART CINK CAPTURES HIS 3RD RBC HERITAGE TITLE
Stewart Cink is an RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing champion — again. With a final round 1-under par 70, Cink cruised to his third Heritage championship at Harbour Town Golf Links. He finished at 19-under overall to secure a four-shot victory.
He bested Harold Varner III and Emiliano Grillo.