Heritage Classic Scratch-off Celebrates S.C. Golf

March 12, 2014 – The South Carolina Education Lottery is celebrating spring (a little early) along with thousands of golfers looking forward to their next trip to the state’s top-notch courses.

The state Lottery today announced the launch of a new game, Heritage Classic Foundation, and a second chance contest that will award two winners with vacation packages for the Heritage Classic Foundation Golf Tournament on Hilton Head Island in April 2015.

The new scratch-off game costs $3 to play, and players can scratch their way to one of three top prizes worth $75,000, or to any of the eight smaller cash prizes ranging from $3 to $1,000.

In all, there are nearly 450,000 winning tickets in the new game offering more than $3.25 million in prize money.  The overall odds for the Heritage Classic Foundation game are 1 in 3.7.

The second chance contest for the new golf-themed game will award one $75,000 prize along with the two trips to Hilton Head for the Heritage Classic Foundation Golf Tournament.

Players can enter non-winning tickets into the second chance contest by mail or online through the Heritage Classic game’s second chance website.  The last day to enter tickets will be June 10, 2014, and the drawing to award the two trips to Hilton Head will be held June 17.

The vacation packages include a two-bedroom hotel room where the winner and three guests can stay for four nights, five days.

Each winner will also receive four passes to the tournament grounds, four passes to the private Club15 (where there will be complimentary food and beverages Thursday through Sunday), $2,000 in transportation money, $1,500 spending cash, and a $750 gift card which can be used at Sea Pines resort and at the merchandise tent and Pro Shops during the tournament.

The drawing for the $75,000 second chance prize will be announced closer to the game’s end date.

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Written by Matt Isaacs

Matt is the Editorial Manager for the LotteryHUB News Team. Matt graduated from Rutgers University’s School of Journalism and Media Studies in May 2013