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GolfWRX is live this week from Hilton Head Island, S.C. for the RBC Heritage. Harbour Town Golf Links has the unenviable task of hosting the PGA Tour the week after the Masters. The par 71, 7,101-yard layout, which winds through Carolina’s Sea Pines and finishes along the Calibogue Sound, is one of the few courses that can peak the interest of its audience following the excitement of the year’s first major. The iconic Harbour Town lighthouse behind the 18th green guides players to the difficult finishing hole.

Jack Nicklaus and Pete Dye’s first collaboration favors the straight hitters with its tight layout and small greens, contrary to last week’s bombers paradise at Augusta National.

The field this week features headliners Matt Kuchar, ranked No.6 in the Official World Golf Rankings, Jordan Spieth (No. 9), who’s coming off a disappointing runner-up finish at the Masters and Zach Johnson (No. 12). Also playing this week are Hall of Famers Nick Faldo, who rarely hops out of the announcer’s booth to compete, and Tom Watson.

Graeme McDowell (No. 14) returns as the defending champion. He used his low trajectory and accuracy in last year’s gusting winds to defeat Webb Simpson on the first playoff hole. Davis Love III, always a threat at Harbour Town with five wins at the event, will also be in the field hoping to capture another plaid tartan jacket.

Check out our photos from Hilton Head Island, S.C. at Harbour Town Golf Links.

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RBC Heritage: Mon. Pt. 1
RBC Heritage: Mon. Pt. 2
RBC Heritage: Mon. Pt. 3
RBC Heritage: Mon. Pt. 4

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Trevor Immelman WITB
Ernie Els WITB
Graeme McDowell testing new Srixon Z-745 irons
Callaway’s new Mack Daddy 2 “R Design” Tour Grind wedges

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  1. cole

    Apr 17, 2014 at 7:27 am

    I would like to see Daly win one more before he is done.haha

  2. Jim

    Apr 16, 2014 at 10:19 pm

    Is that an ft optiforce graeme mcdowell is hitting in wed pt 2 photos

  3. Brennon

    Apr 16, 2014 at 3:42 pm

    Is Daly even trying to improve?

  4. Taylor Made

    Apr 16, 2014 at 3:22 am

    Daly getting fat again

    • timbleking

      Apr 16, 2014 at 6:22 am

      …and looks very tired. Not a good sign. :o(

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Photos from the 2022 Travelers Championship

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GolfWRX was on site and under the umbrella at the Travelers Championship this week.

For your viewing pleasure, we have five general galleries, 13 WITB looks — including Hideki Matsuyama and Tony Fianu — and a number of special galleries. First in-hand looks at Titleist’s new driver and Callaway’s Jaws Raw wedges as well.

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Photos from the 2022 US Open

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GolfWRX is on site at The Country Club for the 122nd contesting of the U.S. Open.

There’s plenty to see from Brookline, including more than 30 WITBs, several general galleries, and in-hand shots of limited-edition U.S. Open gear — like the Scotty Cameron putter cover below.

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Check out Scotty Cameron, Odyssey, Bettinardi US Open putter covers

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As is tradition, many OEMs release limited-edition major gear (for example, TaylorMade’s superb “246” staff bag and Srixon’s — which we’re giving away on Instagram). And with the 2022 edition of the United States’ national open taking place at the famed Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts, there’s an overflowing chowder pot of inspiration for these exclusive designs.

First, let’s take a look at Scotty Cameron’s 2022 U.S. Open putter cover.

It’s a pretty straightforward play from SC and company here: Boston = bivalves, right? And in place of the pearl? A golf ball, of course. Red, white, and blue coloring because, well, America.

More photos of Scotty Cameron’s 2022 U.S. Open putter covers here.

Odyssey designers also went with the RWB palette. “1894” and “The Founding” reference the establishment of the USGA (in 1894). The Country Club was one of the five (“5”) charter clubs of the United States Golf Association. As your pleated khaki-wearing uncle knows well: the other four were Newport Golf Club, St. Andrew’s Golf Club, Chicago Golf Club, and Shinnecock.

More photos of Odyssey’s 2022 U.S. Open putter covers here.

The good folks at Bettinardi went an entirely different direction: Birthing the offspring of Bettinardi’s Fat Cat and the TCC squirrel logo and opting for a white/green colorway. Betti’s ’22 “American Championship” cover is nothing if not memorable. Adherents at the altar of the Fat Cat won’t be disappointed!

More photos of Bettinardi’s 2022 U.S. Open putter covers here.

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