RBC Heritage officials said they haven't heard whether Tiger Woods plans to compete in next week's event despite reports of his yacht possibly heading to Hilton Head, S.C.
"We have not heard one way or another," tournament director Steve Wilmot told the Golf Channel. "We're up for the challenge and have a contingency plan if he plays."
Woods' yacht, Privacy, was reportedly docked in St. Simons Island, Ga., on Wednesday.
The 15-time major champion has not played the Heritage since 1999. However, the warm weather and the ease of travel and social distancing -- a marina is located behind the 18th green at Harbour Town Golf Links -- could make it an enticing event for Woods as the PGA Tour ramps back up after a hiatus for the coronavirus pandemic.
In the past, players including Greg Norman, Curtis Strange and Davis Love III have stayed on yachts during the tournament.
"We do have a unique situation if that is what he would like to do," Wilmot said.
The Heritage begins on June 18. C.T. Pan of Taiwan is the defending champion.