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.
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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
Brendon de Jonge
Charles Howell III
Doug LaBelle II
Ted Potter, Jr.
Joey Snyder III
Bo Van Pelt