David and Paula Brown, of Bluffton, exit an RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing shuttle bus at Honey Horn on April 17, 2015, as they leave the golf tournament. Both praised the bus service, and said they had no plans to drive down to the south end of Hilton Head for shopping or dining after a day of watching the tournament, a sentiment that seemed to be shared by a number of tournament attendees. "We'll be hanging in Bluffton," David Brown said.
David and Paula Brown, of Bluffton, exit an RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing shuttle bus at Honey Horn on April 17, 2015, as they leave the golf tournament. Both praised the bus service, and said they had no plans to drive down to the south end of Hilton Head for shopping or dining after a day of watching the tournament, a sentiment that seemed to be shared by a number of tournament attendees. "We'll be hanging in Bluffton," David Brown said. Staff photo
David and Paula Brown, of Bluffton, exit an RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing shuttle bus at Honey Horn on April 17, 2015, as they leave the golf tournament. Both praised the bus service, and said they had no plans to drive down to the south end of Hilton Head for shopping or dining after a day of watching the tournament, a sentiment that seemed to be shared by a number of tournament attendees. "We'll be hanging in Bluffton," David Brown said. Staff photo

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