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The RSM Classic

RSM and the game of golf share certain core values, notably excellence, integrity, respect, teamwork and stewardship. Giving back to the community has been a part of the firm's history since its inception in 1926; it's also an integral part of golf.

The RSM Classic, a PGA TOUR tournament hosted by the Davis Love Foundation, is played on two of Sea Island Golf Club's stunning courses. Beneficial charities include Special Olympics, the Boys and Girls Club of Southeast Georgia, and other local and national charitable organizations. Team RSM members participate in the RSM Classic and related activities each year.

2018 Tournament 

Welcome to the 2018 RSM Classic (Nov. 12-18):

Recognition:

The RSM Classic was honored with the 2018 "Best Use of Players" award by the PGA TOUR at the TOUR’s annual Tournament Meetings. 

Birdies Fore Love

As part of the 2018 RSM Classic, several RSM employees who served as Birdies Fore Love leaders across the country attended portions of the tournament in recognition of their leadership efforts related to the fundraising program.

Read their stories:

Carol Kinsaul 

Bailey Kosiek

Jason Wagner 

Laura Shen

Jamie Lee Fontaine

Colleen Boyce and Molly Griffiths


Folds of Honor presentation

RSM and the game of golf share a deep commitment to stewardship. This video from the 2018 RSM Classic highlights RSM’s support of Folds of Honor, a nonprofit organization that provides educational scholarships to spouses and children of America’s fallen and disabled service members.   Watch on YouTube.


Watch our Public Service Announcement from the 2018 RSM Classic


Charity putting event

This video from the 2018 RSM Classic highlights one of our favorite aspects of the tournament each year: a charity putting tournament with PGA TOUR professionals, Special Olympics athletes and representatives from Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeast Georgia. RSM senior leaders serve as caddies for the annual friendly competition.  See the video on YouTube.


Birdes Fore Love raises $2.8 million for charities

Our Chief Financial Officer and Chairman of the RSM US Foundation Doug Opheim announced a $2.8 million charitable donation raised through the RSM #BirdiesForeLove program as part of The RSM Classic. See the video: https://youtu.be/TBW-HJCMtv8


Fairways of Life audiocast - November 16, 2018

Fairways of Life with Matt Adams is broadcasting live throughout The RSM Classic with guests from RSM, the Davis Love Foundation and various golf professionals. Listen to today’s episode featuring Andy Bosman, principal, national marketing and sales at RSM.

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 November 15 episode

Listen to RSM’s chief finance officer Doug Opheim and Birdies Fore Love co-leaders Bailey Kosiek and Laura Shen here:

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November 14 episode

Listen here to hear from Sara Webber Laczo, principal, corporate communications leader at RSM and the RSM Classic’s Mark Love:

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November 13 episode

Listen here for the episode featuring RSM public relations director Terri Andrews and Sea Island Company president and CEO Scott Steilen:

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November 12 episode

Listen here to hear from PGA TOUR player, Team RSM member and tournament host Davis Love III and RSM managing partner and CEO Joe Adams:

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Inside the Ropes

RSM is proud to serve as title sponsor for The RSM Classic. We celebrate our clients, friends and our people each year at the event by spending quality time with one another at Beautiful Sea Island, GA. Several RSM people have the opportunity each year for an “inside the ropes” experience at the tournament. Here are a few words from those who had an “inside look” at this year’s tournament:  

Colin Zarbough

Danny Collins

Victor Kao

Catalina Munoz

Donata Ison

Jeff Wobbema

Sean Roberts

Palak Singh

Geoff Pignatiello

Course: Seaside Course
Yardage: 7,005 yards
Par: 70
Course Designer(s): Harry S. Colt and Charles Alison; renovated in 1999 by Tom Fazio

Course: Plantation Course
Yardage: 7,058 yards
Par: 72
Course Designer(s): Walter Travis; renovated in 1992 and 1998 by Rees Jones