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The 2024 RBC Heritage Spectators’ Guide: Schedule, Parking & More

RBC Heritage

The 56th annual RBC Heritage presented by Boeing will take place April 15-21, 2024, on Harbour Town Golf Links in Sea Pines Resort.

Here’s everything you need to know about this year’s Hilton Head Island PGA Tour stop:

The schedule

Spectators allowed in starting on Day 2: Tuesday, April 16

The course opens up to spectators on Day 2 of the RBC Heritage Classic: Tuesday, April 16. 

Though this marks Day 2 of the event and Day 1 of spectators being allowed in, Tuesday is a day of practice rounds for the pros. Watch the professionals play at their own discretion after the parade and Opening Ceremonies. Want to take your own photos? Cameras are allowed on Tuesday and Wednesday ONLY (lens must be smaller than 6”). No cameras allowed during competition play. 

The Opening Ceremonies kick off the 56th annual RBC Heritage at noon with a parade beginning at Liberty Oak at Harbour Town Yacht Basin and ending on the 18th green. Defending Champion Matt Fitzpatrick, Heritage Classic Foundation board members, volunteers and state dignitaries will march in the parade around Harbour Town Yacht Basin to the sounds of the Citadel’s Regimental Pipe Band.

Later in the day, children 15 and under are invited to Youth Day activities on the Heritage Lawn from 1-3 p.m.

Day 3: Pro-Am from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 17

Days 4&5: The first and second rounds of the tournament. Thursday & Friday, April 18-19

All professionals will tee off on the first tee on both days.

Start times are 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Day 6: Plaid Nation Day — Wear Your Plaid with Pride! Saturday, April 20

Saturday marks the third round of the golf tournament — and the annual Plaid Nation Games will be held on the Heritage Lawn from 12-2 p.m. Make sure to wear your plaid! 

Starting times for the third round: 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Day 7: Sunrise Service & the Final Round, Sunday, April 21

Join local ministers for a nondenominational prayer and music at a Sunrise Service at Harbour Town’s Liberty Oak starting at 7:30 a.m. Hear a testimonial from the scheduled special guest, Ted Scott, caddie of PGA TOUR  Pro and World #1 Scottie Scheffler. The service is open to the public and everyone is welcome, so bring a friend! Tournament tickets are not needed to attend.

Then watch the Final Round of the tournament! Starting times for the final round: 7:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Trophy presentation will take place on the 18th green immediately following the close of play.

Ticket types and pricing

All tickets directly from RBC Heritage for Friday through Sunday are sold out, but there are verified resale tickets available.

View verified tickets from Ticketmaster here.

Tickets this year are mobile. If you already purchased tickets, learn how to access and manage your tickets with this free guide.

*** Children 15 & under are free when accompanied by a ticketed adult, with exceptions for some of the clubs. Check out the ticketing page for more information.


The only on-site parking for spectators is for those who were able to purchase at least two Calibogue Club tickets or at least two Ultimate Patron Passes to the RBC Heritage.

There is no general admission parking available in Sea Pines during the tournament. 

Shuttles will run to the event from a few different places on the island, or you can ride your bicycle into Sea Pines or take a taxi or use a Ride Share App (like Uber or Lyft). Ride shares/taxis will drop off/pick up at The Shops at Sea Pines Center during tournament play, and will be allowed around Harbour Town Golf Links after hours. 

Here are your parking options:

  • Free General Admission Parking at the Coastal Discovery Museum

Park at the Coastal Discovery Museum — 70 Honey Horn Drive — and take the free, 20-minute motor coach service to Harbour Town Marina. There will also be handicap parking available next to the shuttle loading area for those with a Disabled Person Parking Identification Placard. Wheelchair accessible buses will be available. Shuttles will run 6:30 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday.

  • Tournament Shuttle from Coligny Beach Parking Lot

Complimentary shuttles will run from Coligny Beach Plaza area to the Liberty Oak Lawn in Harbour Town from 6:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Parking is first come, first served. Bicycle parking is also available at Coligny Beach Plaza.

  • Bicycle Parking at Harbour Town

Live on or staying on the island? Complimentary bicycle parking sponsored by Duke Energy is available inside Sea Pines at the tennis courts next to the Harbour Town Golf Links Clubhouse parking lot. Owners are responsible for locking their own bicycles. Download a bicycle route map here. All cyclists must show a digital ticket or a volunteer badge to be admitted through the gates of Sea Pines. Cyclists may enter Sea Pines at the Ocean Gate on South Forest Beach Drive or at the Main Gate on Greenwood Drive. E-bikes are prohibited in The Sea Pines Resort.

Policies you should know before you go

  • Mobile Device Policy: Cell phones must be on silent at all times. Taking photos and videos with your phone is allowed, but using flash is not permitted. Any media you record is permitted for personal use only (personal social media is okay); no commercial use, and no live streaming or real-time coverage. Phone calls must be made in designated areas only: The Ultra Club, inside Clubhouse, concessions located at holes 9, 10, 13, 15, 18 and neighborhood roads.
  • Autographs: If you want an autograph from any of the players, visit the designated Autograph Zone located on the driving range. On-course autographs are not permitted. Be respectful of play and do not interfere with players, caddies or media.
  • Prohibited Items & Bag Policy: If you’re taking a shuttle to and from the event, you’ll want to pay extra attention here. Cameras are not allowed during competition rounds, and video cameras are prohibited all week. You also cannot bring in your own beverages or coolers. However, you can bring in a reusable cup or water bottle as long as it’s empty upon entry and exit, not made of glass and can’t hold more than 32 ounces. Bags larger than a small purse are not permitted (6”x6”) — and clear plastic bags must be 12”x6”x12” or smaller. View the full list of permitted and prohibited items here.

Concessions & Other Info

At the tournament, you can expect to find multiple concession stands, lounge areas, bars and more. View locations and other information from the official RBC Heritage website here.

Download the 2024 course map here.

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