Every year, the most iconic venues in the United States are set up to challenge all parts of a golfer’s game, no matter where the U.S. Open is held. Rolex Testimonees Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, Tom Watson, Tiger Woods and Brooks Koepka are among the champions to have risen to the occasion at this revered event. Accuracy is everything at this championship, making Rolex, Official Timekeeper since 1980, a perfect partner.
Justin Thomas has achieved rapid success like few others on the PGA TOUR® and is a player to watch every time he tees up.
Since turning professional in 2016, Jon Rahm has had a big impact on both sides of the Atlantic. By winning the 2019 Race to Dubai title, he became the first Spaniard since Seve Ballesteros to finish the year as the European Tour’s leading player.
Bryson DeChambeau is constantly pushing back the limits and transforming the game. One of the longest hitters on the PGA TOUR®, he turns heads with his scientific approach and innovative style, which have reaped rewards.
With victory at the Masters Tournament in 2013 and 18 top-10 finishes in the Majors, Adam Scott has experienced his share of success on the PGA TOUR®.
Twenty years ago, Tiger Woods won the first of three U.S. Open titles. At the 100th edition, he finished on 12 under par, 15 strokes ahead of his nearest rivals at Pebble Beach; it remains the largest margin of victory in any of the four Majors. The triumph heralded the ‘Tiger Slam’, with Woods adding the PGA Championship and The Open in 2000, and the Masters the following year to become the only player to win four consecutive Majors. His other U.S. Open victories came at Bethpage Black in 2002 and six years later at Torrey Pines, where he prevailed despite injuries, testimony to his unwavering resolve.
Available only in 18 ct gold or 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. Exceptional precision, reliability, legibility and presence have made it the ultimate status watch, the embodiment of prestige. With the President bracelet, originally created especially for it, the Day-Date continues to be the watch par excellence of influential people. Like the elite group of golfers competing at the U.S. Open, it is a leader in its field.