No Tiger, Scott in Hilton Head field

Adam Scott and Tiger Woods will both miss the second post-COVID PGA Tour tournament

The field for the RBC Heritage next week includes 114 players who have won on the PGA Tour, the most of any event since the tour began keeping track in 2000.

It just doesn't have Tiger Woods and Australia's world No.6 Adam Scott.

For the second straight week, the top five in the world will be competing as golf resumes its schedule from the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown that began in March.

The Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial was the first event back, with protocols that included mandatory testing for players, caddies and essential personnel when they arrive - allll 487 tests were negative.

Rory McIlroy, the world's No. 1 player, will be at Hilton Head for the first time since 2009. Brooks Koepka will be playing for the first time.

Missing from the top 10 for the second straight week are Patrick Cantlay, Adam Scott and Tommy Fleetwood, the latter two living overseas.

Woods only played Hilton Head one time, in 1999. It was thought he might return at Hilton Head, especially with no likely appearances for him until the Memorial on July 16-19. Speculation increased when a marine tracking site indicated his yacht "Privacy" was just off the Georgia coast near Sea Island.

But there could be family obligations as his daughter's 13th birthday is Thursday.

World No.15 Marc Leishman joins Scott on the list of "missing" meaning No.35 Cameron Smith will be the highest-ranked Australian in the field, which will also include compatriots Jason Day (No.51) and Matt Jones (No.92).

The RBC Heritage is followed by the Travelers Championship in Connecticut, the Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit and a new tournament for this year at Muirfield Village that precedes the Memorial, which Woods has won five times.