Getting to the 2016 RBC Heritage just got a little easier. The Town of Hilton Head Island, Coligny Plaza and the RBC Heritage partnered together to create an alternative option for shuttle service into Harbour Town. When the RBC Heritage begins on April 11, 2016, tournament spectators will be able to board a new shuttle service located at Coligny’s Beach parking lot and it will take them into the heart of Harbour Town.  

This complementary shuttle service will provide golf fans quick and easy entry to the tournament. Service will run on a regular basis between 6:30 am and 9:30 pm throughout the tournament dates. Parking at Coligny Beach will be limited and will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Fans are encouraged to walk or bike to the shuttle stop, which features numerous bike racks.

The shuttle service plans to drop off spectators near the Greg Russell Playground which is convenient to will call/ticket office for those without Heritage passes. Harbour Town is the perfect location to start and end your day at the Heritage. The 1st tee is located at the clubhouse is just steps away from the yacht basin while the tournaments ends near the mouth of the harbor.

Complimentary parking at the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn is still available for spectators. Located on the north end of Hilton Head Island, Honey Horn’s motor coach service will run continuously from 6:30 am to 9:30 pm during the tournament. As in years past, there is no general spectator parking inside Sea Pines Plantation.

Tickets for the 48th annual RBC Heritage are on sale now. For additional information as well as ticket purchase, call 843-671-2448 or visit 

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