Who Will Win the 2018 RBC Heritage Golf Tournament?
One of the biggest golf events of the year is nearly upon us, and it’s certainly one of the biggest events that takes place all year here in the Hilton Head area. We are talking about the RBC Heritage golf tournament, and this year, the event is celebrating 50 years. We may sell cars, but we still like to keep our finger on the pulse of what’s happening around the Lowcountry area. Plus, in past years, Mercedes-Benz vehicles have been on hand for the golfers and we always like to see that.
Who will win the 2018 RBC Heritage is really anyone’s guess, but if you’ll be paying close attention, there are a few definite names to watch for during the tournament, which runs April 12th through April 15th. The top golfer in the world, Dustin Johnson, will definitely be a favorite. Plus, he’s a native of South Carolina, which just might put luck on his side. But, other competitors, like defending champ Wesley Bryan, are also top picks for tournament winners. Other past champions will also be taking to the green: Jim Furyk, Matt Kuchar, Graeme McDowell and Brandt Snedeker.
Believe it or not, tickets are still available to watch the RBC Heritage and you can purchase them online. If interested, just head over to www.rbcheritage.com/tickets to take your pick. A number of seating areas still have tickets available, but it’s tough to say how long it will remain that way.
If you’re planning to watch the tournament on TV, you’ll be doing so on the Golf channel. Round 1 kicks off on television from 3 pm until 6 pm EDT. Other rounds will have different air dates, so be sure to check out the full schedule by clicking here.
How RBC Heritage Helps the State of South Carolina
What we really want to draw attention to here, however, is how the tournament helps people across the state of South Carolina. Through the Heritage Classic Foundation, millions of dollars have been distributed to people in need, with the total reaching $38 million in 2017.
So, how can you help? Well, attending the tournament is a start, but there are other ways too. For example, you can purchase a Heritage Classic Foundation License Plate, with part of the cost going to the Foundation. There are also ways to make donations through pledges for Birdies for Charity. Pledges are made for each birdie at the tournament.
Whether you attend the RBC Heritage tournament or not, we hope you consider taking part in some form or another. There may only be one golfer who wins each year, but with this particular tournament, many others have the chance to champions.