Aaron Baddeley, Scott Brown and Tim Clark commit, cement RBC Heritage field

sports@islandpacket.comApril 12, 2013 

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Aaron Baddeley won the 2006 Heritage with a score of 269.

SARAH WELLIVER — STAFF photo

Aaron Baddeley, Scott Brown and Tim Clark are the last PGA Tour professionals to commit to the RBC Heritage and will play in the 45th annual event April 15 to 21 over the famed Harbour Town Golf Links on Hilton Head Island.

Baddeley won his first event on the PGA Tour at the 2006 RBC Heritage. He won again at the 2007 FBR Open and at the 2011 Northern Trust Open.

Baddeley who was born in New Hampshire but grew up in Australia also has four international victories. A member of the 2011 Presidents Cup team, he will be making his ninth start at Harbour Town.

Brown is a USC Aiken graduate who now lives in North Augusta. He earned his first PGA Tour victory earlier this year at the Puerto Rico Open. He will be competing in the RBC Heritage for the first time.

Clark has earned one win on the PGA Tour since turning pro in 1998, but he has 11 second place finishes on the books. The South African native also has four international victories and will be making his 10th appearance at the RBC Heritage.

The RBC Heritage is the only PGA Tour event in South Carolina and has been played at the Harbour Town Golf Links since 1969.

The Heritage Classic Foundation, the general tournament sponsor, distributes the proceeds from the tournament to hundreds of nonprofit organizations. Since it was founded in 1987, the foundation has donated more than $23.5 million to people in need.

Tickets: Daily tickets and week-long badges for this year's tournament are now on sale online at www.rbcheritage.com or by calling the tournament office at 843-671-2448.

THE RBC HERITAGE FIELD

Robert Allenby

Stephen Ames

Stuart Appleby

Aaron Baddeley

Sang-Moon Bae

Ricky Barnes

Jonas Blixt

Jason Bohn

Justin Bolli

Matt Bova

Steven Bowditch

Michael Bradley

Scott Brown

Jonathan Byrd

Chad Campbell

Roberto Castro

Bud Cauley

Greg Chalmers

Kevin Chappell

K.J. Choi

Stewart Cink

Tim Clark

Will Claxton

Nicolas Colsaerts

Erik Compton

Ben Crane

John Daly

Brian Davis

Glen Day

Jason Day

Brendon de Jonge

Graham DeLaet

Jamie Donaldson

Luke Donald

James Driscoll

Jason Dufner

Ken Duke

Ernie Els

Harris English

Bob Estes

Matt Every

Ross Fisher

Brad Fritsch

Jim Furyk

Tommy Gainey

Scott Gardiner

Robert Garrigus

Brian Gay

Tom Gillis

Lucas Glover

Fabian Gomez

Luke Guthrie

Bill Haas

Hunter Haas

James Hahn

Peter Hanson

Brian Harman

David Hearn

Russell Henley

Tim Herron

Justin Hicks

Charley Hoffman

Morgan Hoffmann

Billy Horschel

Charles Howell III

Trevor Immelman

Ryo Ishikawa

Brandt Jobe

Zach Johnson

Matt Jones

Martin Kaymer

Jerry Kelly

Chris Kirk

Jeff Klauk

Colt Knost

Ben Kohles

Jason Kokrak

Matt Kuchar

Doug LaBelle II

Scott Langley

Richard H.Lee

Marc Leishman

Justin Leonard

David Lingmerth

David Lynn

Jeff Maggert

Hunter Mahan

John Mallinger

Steve Marino

David Mathis

Troy Matteson

Graeme McDowell

William McGirt

Bryce Molder

Daniel Nisbet

Seung-Yul Noh

Sean O'Hair

Greg Owen

Ryan Palmer

Jesper Parnevik

Cameron Percy

Pat Perez

Carl Pettersson

Ted Potter, Jr.

Alistair Presnell

Dicky Pride

Chez Reavie

Patrick Reed

Tag Ridings

John Rollins

Rory Sabbatini

Webb Simpson

Vijay Singh

Brandt Snedeker

Joey Snyder III

Jordan Spieth

Kevin Stadler

Scott Stallings

Kyle Stanley

Shawn Stefani

Richard Sterne

Darron Stiles

Robert Streb

Kevin Streelman

Chris Stroud

Brian Stuard

Daniel Summerhays

Josh Teater

Michael Thompson

Nicholas Thompson

Bo Van Pelt

Scott Verplank

Camilo Villegas

Johnson Wagner

Boo Weekley

Mike Weir

Charlie Wi

Mark Wilson

Casey Wittenberg

Gary Woodland

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