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Harbour Town Golf Links at The Sea Pines Resort
Hilton Head Island, SC
RBC Heritage Hilton Head Island PGA Tour Golf Tournament
Hilton Head Island is home to one of golf’s greatest traditions and the tradition continues!
Hilton Head Island is a world-class golf destination and the tournament has played host to some of the greatest names in golf. Golf legends like Nicklaus, Palmer, Tiger, and Greg Norman, as well as today’s top golfers from around the globe, have all been challenged by the fairways of the Harbour Town Golf Links. It’s one of the few signature courses where island visitors can truly play where the pros play.
The brainchild of the late Charles Fraser, developer of Sea Pines, the first Heritage Classic golf tournament was held in 1969 as a means of establishing Hilton Head Island as a household name. The tournament took place at the Harbour Town Golf Links, which was newly designed by course architect Pete Dye with assistance from legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus. Another golf icon, Arnold Palmer, clinched the title and $20,000 of the inaugural competition’s $100,000 purse, and Hilton Head Island was well on its way to becoming one of the world’s ultimate resort destinations. Over the past 40 years, the Heritage has grown from an innovative marketing strategy to becoming one of the most beloved, most respected and most charitable stops on the PGA TOUR.
The Chamber Has Your Ticket!
RBC Heritage tickets are available at the Chamber's main office, located at 1 Chamber of Commerce Drive, or the Chamber's Bluffton office, located at 216 Bluffton Road at the corner of May River Road and Highway 46. For more information please call 843-785-3673.
Click here to visit the RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing's web site for more tournament and ticket information.
Bicycle Access & Parking Available at RBC Heritage
In an effort to reduce traffic congestion and leverage Hilton Head Island and The Sea Pines Resort’s existing pathways networks, access to The Sea Pines Resort by bicycle will be encouraged for RBC Heritage ticket holders and volunteers.
Tournament and volunteer badges must be presented for entry into The Sea Pines Resort. Access will only be granted during tournament hours. Bike path signage will direct cyclists to the free parking locations located on the tennis courts at Harbour Town and in the parking lot near the 13th green off Plantation Drive. Bike parking facilities will be provided at these locations and volunteers from the Kickin’ Asphalt Bicycle Club and local bike shops will assist all cyclists to safely park and lock their bicycles.
RBC Heritage ticket holders and volunteers may enter into Sea Pines by bicycle at one of two locations:
• The Sea Pines Ocean Gate - access from South Forest Beach Drive or Cordillo Parkway pathways.
• The Sea Pines Main Gate at Greenwood Drive - access from the Office Park Road pathway. Enter this pathway at the New Orleans / Pope Avenue/ Office Park Road intersection.
RBC Heritage ticket holders and volunteers who access Sea Pines by bicycle will be given maps and special safety instructions to help make this event safe for all pathways users.
Cyclists are encouraged to follow these rules:
• Motor vehicles have the right of way at all road crossings.
• When overtaking pedestrians, call out “passing on your left.”
• Do not speed on the pathways; ride safely and stay to the right.
• Obey all signals and signs; no cell phone usage when riding.
• Ride only on the pathways where they are provided. If on a roadway with no pathway, always ride with traffic and stay to the right, single file.
• Ride predictably; use hand signals and voice commands when changing direction or stopping.
• Bring locks to secure your bikes.
For route information, a bike trail map is available at www.rbcheritage.com/spectators/bicycling.
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