THE 51st RBC HERITAGE PRESENTED BY BOEING IS APRIL 15-21, 2019

STEVE WILMOT NAMED TO PGA TOUR ADVISORY COUNCIL

HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC - It was recently announced that Steve Wilmot was elected to be the vice chairman of the Tournament Advisory Council for the PGA TOUR. Wilmot is Tournament Director for the RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing and the President of the Heritage Classic Foundation.  

The Tournament Advisory Council’s (TAC) mission is to improve the business conditions for all PGA TOUR tournaments by establishing and maintaining relationships between tournaments, the PGA TOUR and PGA TOUR players. The TAC is made up of PGA TOUR Tournament Directors. Wilmot will serve a two-year term as Vice-Chairman and then will become Chairman during the 2019 PGA TOUR Annual Meeting in December.  

The TAC conducts an annual meeting each year to promote member interactions, education and planning. Activities include presentations by golf industry leaders and sports marketing experts, practical roundtable discussions on tournament issues and an exhibition of merchandise and services by tournament suppliers.  

“It is an honor to be chosen to serve on the TAC,” said Steve Wilmot. “I look forward to working with a group of stand-out Tournament Directors to help enhance the quality of PGA TOUR golf tournaments for the benefit of the players, public, media and corporate sponsors.”  

About Heritage Classic Foundation: The Heritage Classic Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving lives throughout the state of South Carolina. As the general sponsor of the PGA TOUR’s RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing, millions of dollars generated from ticket sales and sponsorships are distributed to charitable organizations that enhance the quality of life for our citizens. Since it was founded as a 501 (c)(3) in 1987, the Foundation has donated $38 million to people in need.  For more information, call (843) 671-2448, visit www.heritageclassicfoundation.com or Facebook (Heritage Classic Foundation) and Twitter (@HCFGolf).