via press release:
CBS SPORTS BROACASTS 46th YEAR OF PGA TOUR’S “RBC HERITAGE” ON APRIL 19-20
CBS Sports’ Sir Nick Faldo To Compete in RBC Heritage
CBS Sports broadcasts the 46th year of the RBC HERITAGE this weekend from one of the most picturesque and popular stops on the PGA TOUR, Harbour Town Golf Links in Hilton Head, S.C. CBS Sports is on-hand with third and final-round coverage on Saturday, April 19 and Sunday, April 20 (3:00-6:00 PM, ET, both days). Graeme McDowell, last year’s winner of the Tartan Jacket, looks to continue a 20-year streak of no defending champion missing the cut at the RBC Heritage since Davis Love III in 1993.
Jim Nantz, now in his 29th year covering golf at CBS, serves as anchor of CBS Sports’ golf coverage. Sir Nick Faldo, who will compete this week and is winner of six majors and more than 40 tournaments worldwide, serves as lead analyst alongside Nantz in the 18th tower. Ian Baker-Finch mans the 17th; Gary McCord the 16th; and David Feherty and Peter Kostis serve as on-course reporters.
This weekend at the RBC Heritage, and for all 20 PGA TOUR events this year, CBS Sports’ PGA TOUR coverage is streamed live on CBSSports.com and PGATOUR.com. The live streaming coverage also is available on the CBS Sports app for the iPhone, iPad and Android.
Lance Barrow is Coordinating Producer and Steve Milton is Director of CBS Sports’ golf coverage. Harold Bryant is Executive Producer and Vice President, Production, CBS Sports.
McDowell takes on a strong RBC Heritage field that includes 18 of the Top-30 players in the FedExCup standings, 20 of the Top-50 in the Official World Golf Rankings, and 19 major champions. Competing at Harbour Town are Matt Kuchar, Masters runner-up Jordan Spieth, Zach Johnson, Charl Shwartzel, Brandt Snedeker, Jim Furyk, Patrick Reed; other major champions Tom Watson, CBS Sports’ lead analyst Sir Nick Faldo, Ernie Els, Vijay Singh, John Daly, Stewart Cink, Ben Curtis, Lucas Glover, Trevor Immelman, Martin Kaymer, Justin Leonard, 5-time RBC Heritage champion Davis Love III, Geoff Ogilvy, David Toms and Mike Weir; as well as local favorites Bill Haas, Charles Howell III and Tommy Gainey; and Kevin Stadler, 2012 champion Carl Pettersson, K.J. Choi, Jason Day, Hunter Mahan and Hideki Matsuyama.