PGA Tour
$5,700,000 The Heritage Field
Harbour Town Golf Links
Par 71 - 6973 Yards
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
Apr 21 - Apr 24, 2011
 
Blake Adams
Stephen Ames
Mark D. Anderson
Stuart Appleby
Arjun Atwal
Aaron Baddeley
Ricky Barnes
Cameron Beckman
Matt Bettencourt
Kris Blanks
Jason Bohn
Steven Bowditch
Keegan Bradley
Michael Bradley
Jonathan Byrd
Chad Campbell
Alex Cejka
Greg Chalmers
Stewart Cink
Chad Collins
Chris Couch
Ben Crane
Ben Curtis
John Daly
Brian Davis
Glen Day
Jason Day
Brendon de Jonge
Chris DiMarco
Luke Donald
James Driscoll
Jason Dufner
Joe Durant
Steve Elkington
Ernie Els
Chris Epperson
Brad Faxon
Steve Flesch
Rickie Fowler
Fred Funk
Jim Furyk
Tommy Gainey
Robert Garrigus
Bobby Gates
Brian Gay
Lucas Glover
Fabian Gomez
Paul Goydos
Nathan Green
Bill Haas
Hunter Haas
Peter Hanson
J.P. Hayes
David Hearn
Tim Herron
Justin Hicks
Charles Howell III
Ryuji Imada
Trevor Immelman
Freddie Jacobson
Lee Janzen
Richard S. Johnson
Zach Johnson
Kent Jones
Jerry Kelly
Bio Kim
Chris Kirk
Kevin Kisner
Jeff Klauk
Matt Kuchar
Derek Lamely
Marc Leishman
Justin Leonard
Spencer Levin
Davis Love III
Bill Lunde
Jarrod Lyle
Will MacKenzie
Jeff Maggert
Steve Marino
Ben Martin
Billy Mayfair
Graeme McDowell
William McGirt
Rocco Mediate
Troy Merritt
Shaun Micheel
Zack Miller
Bryce Molder
Francesco Molinari
Kevin Na
Sean O'Hair
Nick O'Hern
Jesper Parnevik
Jeff Peck
Pat Perez
Tim Petrovic
Carl Pettersson
Ian Poulter
Michael Putnam
Tag Ridings
Chris Riley
Sam Saunders
Michael Sim
Webb Simpson
Heath Slocum
Brandt Snedeker
Kevin Stadler
Scott Stallings
Kyle Stanley
Brendan Steele
Henrik Stenson
Kevin Streelman
Chris Stroud
Daniel Summerhays
Josh Teater
Roland Thatcher
Michael Thompson
D.J. Trahan
Cameron Tringale
Marc Turnesa
Bo Van Pelt
Scott Verplank
Camilo Villegas
Johnson Wagner
Charles Warren
Boo Weekley
Mike Weir
Charlie Wi
Garrett Willis
Dean Wilson
Mark Wilson
 
NOTES
The PGA Tour returns to Hilton Head for The Heritage this week and Jim Furyk returns to defend his title. Furyk and Brian Davis needed a playoff last year to determine the winner, and it was Davis that basically gave the title to Furyk. Davis` second shot landed in a hazard to the left of the 18th green. As he blasted out, his club hit a dead branch on his backswing. He called over a rules official to discuss the situation. It was determined that hitting the branch was a two-stroke penalty. Davis` shot reached the green, but he was looking at a 30-foot putt, which was now for double-bogey. Furyk had already lagged a long birdie putt close before Davis hit his putt. The Englishman ran his double-bogey try past the hole and went to shake Furyk`s hand. Furyk then tapped in for par and his 15th PGA Tour victory. Golf Channel has three hours of coverage on Thursday and Friday, while CBS also will cover three hours of action on Saturday and Sunday. The tour heads to Louisiana next week for the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, where Jason Bohn won by two shots last year.