After last year's truncated COVID-19-induced schedule changed the cadence of events on Tour, the RBC Heritage is back in its usual spot on the schedule. With the world's best golfers already in the area, most are making the short coastal drive north from Augusta, Georgia to Hilton Head, S.C., and Harbour Town Golf Links, one of the many Pete Dye-design tracks on Tour.

Last year's iteration saw little to no wind, and hence a record-low score from eventual winner Webb Simpson, but that's not common at coastal courses like this. What is common at a Pete Dye course? Narrow sightlines when you're standing on the tee, forced layups that minimize distance and reward accuracy, and difficult to hit greens that often smaller than your average Tour...

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