The RSM Classic is just around the corner! Since 2010, this tournament has been the most anticipated Golden Isles event of the season. Hosted by local pro golfer Davis Love III, this week is more than just a tournament, but is a celebration of culture, community, and exceptional hospitality.
Held during the peak of the fall season, the weather is ideal for a few rounds of golf. With cooler temperatures in the mornings, followed by warm afternoons, it truly is one of the best times of the year to enjoy the Golden Isles. Stroll under the centuries-old live oaks while watching your favorite TOUR players compete at the Sea Island Golf Club.
Where and When is the RSM Classic?
This year’s tournament will be November 15-21, 2021 at the Sea Island Golf Club. The courses played are beautifully placed and carefully designed. Sea Island’s Seaside course is bordered with sweeping dunes and ocean views that make it a golfer’s dream setting. The second course played on is the recently redesigned Plantation Course. Redesigned by brothers Mark and Davis Love, this course was completely transformed and is now better than ever. Both courses will feature tournament play during Thursday and Friday rounds. Following Friday’s cuts, Seaside will be the sole course for the remainder of the tournament.
Regular tournament play will begin Thursday and finish on Sunday with a Trophy Presentation on the 18th green immediately following completion of play.
Tickets can be found here.
Who is Playing?
A number of notable players are expected to commit to the 12th Annual RSM Classic. From local golf pros like Davis Love III, Hudson Swafford, and Patton Kizzire, to previous RSM Classic Champions such as Charles Howell III, Robert Streb and Mackenzie Hughes, and other favorites like Jason Day, Adam Scott and Webb Simpson, the player field during the 2021 RSM Classic is sure to be a delight for spectators.
Keep an eye on the list of growing player commitments here.
Besides regular tournament play, The RSM Classic, The Davis Love Foundation and the Golden Isles community have banded together to create events intended to raise funds for charitable causes.
Birdies Fore Love
The RSM Birdies Fore Love program is a giving platform tied to The RSM Classic, focused on supporting organizations that help build the middle market leaders of tomorrow. Through an employee giving challenge with title sponsor RSM and a PGA TOUR on-course competition during the tournament, the Birdies Fore Love program has raised over $22 million donated through 11 years of the tournament.
Golden Isles Village
Located near the tournament entrance, the Golden Isles Village is the hub of activities during the RSM Classic. Fuel up with mouth-watering barbecue from Southern Soul before heading out on the course. Sit back and watch a game on the big screen with a cold beverage in hand. Take the perfect picture and capture the moment with the miniature St. Simons Lighthouse replica. Stop in the RSM Classic Merchandise Tent to find official tournament apparel, hats, drinkware, children's items, and more.
Because the RSM Classic is such a spectator-friendly event, it's a wonderful opportunity to bring your kids to enjoy the festivities, too! The Youth Zone features fun activities such as a putting course and face painting each day of tournament play. Best of all, access to the Youth Zone is complimentary for all children with an adult ticket holder. You can find the Youth Zone near the Golf Performance Center.
Did you know you can upgrade your grounds ticket to the highly coveted Seaside Terrace? Head to the Admissions Tent any day during tournament play to be a part of this new, all-inclusive hospitality experience. Seaside Terrace ticket holders are granted access to multiple venues on the Seaside Course with grab-and-go food selections and full bar service.
Parking for the RSM Classic
All parking for the tournament is located at McKinnon Airport. Free shuttles will transport guests to and from the tournament. Wheelchair accessible shuttles are available, making the tournament as accessible and inviting as possible. Because of the airport’s close proximity to the Sea Island Golf Club, the scenic shuttle ride only takes between 5 to 10 minutes. An enjoyable alternative is riding a bike to the tournament grounds. Designated bike parking will be available near the entrance to Sea Island Golf Club.
Additional Spectator Information
A designated autograph area is available, giving spectators the opportunity to request autographs from their favorite players as they end their round of tournament play for the day. The autograph area can be found near the Youth Zone.
Mobile Device Policies
- Devices must be on silent at all times; flash may not be used.
- Devices may be used to capture video, audio and photos (content) in all areas throughout tournament week.
- Content may be used for personal purposes (e.g. personal social media); no commercial use.
- No live streaming or real-time coverage (e.g. no shot-by-shot coverage).
- Data use (texting) is permitted in all areas throughout tournament week.
- Phone calls are allowed only in designated areas.
- Please be respectful of play and do not interfere with players, caddies or media.
The health and safety of all guests at the RSM Classic are always a top priority. All federal, state and local safety guidelines will be followed at this year's event. Please visit the RSM Classic website to stay up to date on all mask, safety and tournament policies.
This event is a time for friends, family, and visitors alike to experience what is more than just a tournament. Enjoy delicious local food, take in sweeping views of the marshes and waterways, and witness world-class golf along the way. Shop at the merchandise tent which features one-of-a-kind tournament gear that can only be purchased once a year! Join us in the Golden Isles Welcome Tent so we can provide you with some information or offer you a little friendly competition with our putting challenge. No matter what you do, there is an endless amount of fun to be had at the annual RSM Classic.