RBC Heritage Update: Champion to be crowned on Monday, play set to resume at 8 a.m.

RBC Heritage Update: Champion to be crowned on Monday, play set to resume at 8 a.m.

The 2024 RBC Heritage Champion will not be crowned until Monday morning at Harbour Town Golf Links.The PGA Tour signature event was suspended at 7:45 p.m. due to darkness on Sunday. PGA Tour officials announced Sunday evening that play will resume at 8 a.m. on Monday.Mother Nature was not giving golfers a break on Sunday. Play was suspended at 4:28 p.m. during the final round of the RBC Heritage due to heavy rain and lightning in the area on Hilton Head Island. The final group featuring tournament leader Scottie Scheffler was on the fairway on the 11th hole when play was called.At the time of the weather delay, Scottie Scheffler held the solo lead at 19 under-par followed by a six-way tie for second place four strokes behind at 15 under-par.PGA Tour Officials announced around 6:30 p.m. that play would resume at 7 p.m. becoming a race against daylight for golfers with a total of 18 pros still needing to complete their final rounds. Scheffler goes into Monday with a four-stroke lead at 20-under par and three holes to finish.

The 2024 RBC Heritage Champion will not be crowned until Monday morning at Harbour Town Golf Links.

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As expected, will have to wait until Monday morning for the RBC Heritage to crown its 2024 champion. PGA Tour officials just announced play will resume at 8 a.m. @WJCLNews — Amy Zimmer (@AmyZimmerWJCL) April 21, 2024

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The PGA Tour signature event was suspended at 7:45 p.m. due to darkness on Sunday. PGA Tour officials announced Sunday evening that play will resume at 8 a.m. on Monday.

Mother Nature was not giving golfers a break on Sunday. Play was suspended at 4:28 p.m. during the final round of the RBC Heritage due to heavy rain and lightning in the area on Hilton Head Island. The final group featuring tournament leader Scottie Scheffler was on the fairway on the 11th hole when play was called.

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UPDATE: Play has been suspended at the #RBCHeritage as of 4:28 p.m. @WJCLNews — Preston Harvey (@PharveyWJCL) April 21, 2024

At the time of the weather delay, Scottie Scheffler held the solo lead at 19 under-par followed by a six-way tie for second place four strokes behind at 15 under-par.

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Scheffler eagle on hole 2 ✔️

The reigning Masters champ is pulling away here at the @RBC_Heritage @WJCLNews pic.twitter.com/9ni1baPFuh — Amy Zimmer (@AmyZimmerWJCL) April 21, 2024

PGA Tour Officials announced around 6:30 p.m. that play would resume at 7 p.m. becoming a race against daylight for golfers with a total of 18 pros still needing to complete their final rounds.

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Let’s try this again. @PGATOUR officials announcing play will now resume at 7 p.m. @WJCLNews — Amy Zimmer (@AmyZimmerWJCL) April 21, 2024

Scheffler goes into Monday with a four-stroke lead at 20-under par and three holes to finish.

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