All of us who’ve been to the RBC Heritage have singular memories, of magical shots, special scenes, but most of all, special moments–that player we finally got to meet, to spend a moment with, to share an experience, on turf that is as much ours as theirs. But it is not going out on one of Harbour Town’s stately old oak limbs to say you’ve never experienced the RBC Heritage like you will this year.
Like a player seeing the course for the second time, last year’s Social Media Lounge is much improved, to say the least. #SocialCentral is doing more than giving attendees a great place to communicate with each other, and their connections outside in a Wi-Fi-enabled area unlike any other on the course. It’ll become the go-to place to recharge yourself and your mobile device (on free charging pads), while enjoying big screen TV’s including a feed of the tourney telecast and streaming social media content. You’ll have the opportunity to network, share photos of the tournament and your Hilton Head Island experiences like never before through interactive touch displays and a built-in, full HD webcam to create the ultimate multi-media experience.
But the star of #SocialCentral is still something technology can’t duplicate. The best view from this house might be the best view from any house at Harbour Town and the best of any tournament on the PGA TOUR. Stunning views of the 18th fairway, framed by the Calibogue Sound, will literally give attendees a front row seat on the action, from the first tee shots at 18 Thursday morning (about 10am) until the final group parades by on Sunday afternoon. And this best seat in the best house is open to all ticket holders without any extra charge.
You don’t have to wait for tournament time to join in the discussion. Visit #SocialCentral, #RBCHeritage, #HeritageSelfie and handle @HiltonHeadSC with giveaways and snacks provided for fans that broadcast their photos via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.