The cannon has sounded and the 47th RBC Heritage is underway!
I’m pretty sure that we residents have the most fun at Heritage of anybody. The whole thing feels like a celebration of just how fortunate we are to live here. It’s good to amble around the course and say hello to so many people whose lives we’ve touched – and vice versa. I’m pretty sure every resident feels that way to some extent.
Mary Ann and I certainly feel it in full. We are fortunate that our work has brought us so many long-lasting relationships.
I was a kid growing up in Ridgeland when Arnold Palmer sank the first winning Heritage putt in 1969. The Harbour Town Lighthouse was topped-out just in time to be looking over Palmer’s shoulder. The “skin” wasn’t even on the lighthouse tower yet. A few years later, I went to work down in Harbour Town, involved in the construction of several buildings that grew up around the iconic lighthouse and yacht basin.
What a lot of building we’ve done since then. All of us. Just being a part of it seems like something to treasure, because Hilton Head Island turned out pretty well. And we’re fortunate in still another way – this story is not all in the past. We still meet folks and help them build their dreams all the time.
If you’ve been thinking about building or improving, give us a call at 843-681-2600 and let’s talk over what you’d like to do. In the meantime, check out our website at TomPeeplesBuilder.com where you’ll find lots of floor plans, videos and client references to give you an idea of what we can do for you.
If you’re on the island during the Heritage and would like to get together, let us know so that we can schedule a time to meet while you’re here.
At Tom Peeples Builder, our own heritage is the finest in craftsmanship, service, and integrity. We work hard to live up to our motto: “We Make Building a Pleasure.”