Rolex Watches at the Masters Tournament 2018
The primary golf major of the year is in progress at Augusta National Golf Club and what goes extraordinary with golf? Rolex watches obviously. Albeit three-time Masters victor Phil Mickelson is one of only a handful few expert golf players that wears his watch while playing—regularly a Rolex Cellini—different players like to wear their watches while off the course. Which Rolex watches we will probably see at The Masters Tournament this year during post-game meetings, at the clubhouse, at the prize function, and among the benefactors? Here are our forecasts.
Tiger Woods is known to appreciate the 44mm deepsea for his eagerness for diving.
Although the Rolex Deepsea is a uber plunge watch, we’re practically sure we’ll see a couple around the green during The Masters weekend. Tiger Woods, Jason Day, and Adam Scott are frequently spotted with the enormous tempered steel 44mm Deepsea ref. 116660 lashed to their wrists through the steel Oyster wristband and each of the three golf players have picked the dark dial variant. Truth be told, Adam Scott had his Deepsea on when he put on his triumphant green coat in 2013. Beside the watch’s undeniable thickness, another characteristic that separates the Deepsea from other Rolex sports watches fitted a date window is the absence of a Cyclops focal point on the precious stone.
A Steel Daytona 116520 is another watch that has a ton of rep and it is worn by golf legends.
Another most loved Rolex watch of genius golf players, the Rolex Daytona will appear at the Masters Tournament. For example, Rickie Fowler shifts back and forth between his platinum Daytona ref. 116506 with the ice sheet blue dial and earthy colored Cerachrom artistic bezel and his fresher treated steel Daytona ref. 116500LN with a white “Panda” dial and dark artistic bezel. Then again, we’ve spotted Justin Thomas wearing the steel Daytona ref. 116520 with a dark dial, while Thomas Pieters has been known to shake the Daytona ref. 116518LN with a yellow gold case and dark Oysterflex arm band.
A two-tone Submariner is a watch that gets a great deal of eyes for its radiant blue tones and two tone scheme.
Yet another Rolex plunge watch, the Submariner will no uncertainty be available at The Masters—both on players and benefactors. Indeed, as Rolex’s most popular games watch, it’s uncommon to go to any enormous lofty occasion and not see a couple in the group. Also, Rolex presents a wide scope of Submariner watches in an arrangement of metals and tones, so we will undoubtedly a few distinct ones. For example, golf player Hideki Matsuyama sports a two-tone Submariner ref. 116613 with a blue dial and blue bezel on the 40mm Oyster case, while Rickie Fowler’s caddy, Joseph Skovron, wears a steel No-Date Submariner. Indeed, even the new Augusta National Chairman, Fred Ridley wears a steel Rolex Submariner.
What are your considerations on all these watches?
Since The Masters is considered the most esteemed golf competition on the schedule, it’s obvious that Rolex’s most lofty watch, the Day-Date President, will likewise be there. A most loved Rolex of legends Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson, (both of whom partake in Masters’ exercises paving the way to the principle competition) every one of these golf monsters is regularly seen wearing their yellow gold Day-Date watches. Be that as it may, beside players, the Rolex Day-Date watches will positively be found on large numbers of the supporters on the grounds during the competition.
The Masters competition will close on Sunday evening and we anticipate observing some epic golf being played by the game’s best players throughout the following not many days.
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