The Masters Tournament
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The Masters Tournament, the first men’s Major of the season, is played each year at the majestic Augusta National Golf Club, where the meticulously designed course rewards precision.
The winner is presented with the coveted Green Jacket and receives a lifetime invitation to participate in this revered tournament, where excellence and respect for tradition are paramount.
Rolex and Golf
Wherever in the world he plays, Hideki Matsuyama finds success. He proved this much in 2021 when winning the Masters Tournament, becoming the first Japanese player to be presented with the coveted Green Jacket.
With regular top 10 finishes at The Masters Tournament in recent years, Jon Rahm is a player to be reckoned with at the men’s first Major of the season.
Winning the Masters Tournament in 2013 was especially satisfying for Adam Scott. His maiden Major was the first by an Australian at Augusta National Golf Club, but even more significantly, the triumph came less than a year after he came agonizingly close to winning The Open.
In 2019, Tiger Woods completed one of the most remarkable comebacks in sports history when he captured his fifth Masters title at Augusta National Golf Club. Winning his first Major in 11 years spoke volumes for his resilience and brought his tally of Majors to 15, second only to fellow Testimonee Jack Nicklaus’ 18. The American’s perpetual quest for excellence has inspired millions of players and captivated the golfing world for almost a quarter of a century.
The Day-Date 40
Available only in 18 kt gold or 950 platinum, it was the first wristwatch to display the date and day of the week spelt out in full in a window on the dial. With the President bracelet, created especially for it, the Day-Date continues to be the watch par excellence of eminent figures. Like the elite group of golfers competing at the Masters, it is a leader in its field.