Rolex And The Masters
Rolex’s contribution to excellence in golf is based on a rich heritage stretching back 50 years
Most golfers have a bucket list of courses they would like to play or at the very least, visit once in their lives. If they are passionate enough, they can camp out for a spot at Bethpage Black, save up to experience Pebble Beach, organize an overseas trip to St. Andrews, or if they know the right people, pull some strings to play Merion or Oakmont. But the one course that lingers just beyond the realm of possibility for most golfers is Augusta National.
Home to the Masters, the season's first and most prestigious major, Augusta National holds a special place in the hearts of many golfers, even if they have never set foot on its storied grounds. For the select few that are fortunate enough to even enter or play at golf's greatest sanctuary, it is surely an experience that will resonate with them for the rest of their lives.
The majestic Augusta National Golf Club, is the ideal arena for golfing excellence, the Masters was created in 1934 according to a tradition started by co-founders Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts that has since produced some of the most memorable moments in the history of the game. An invitation to
Masters Champion Gary Player, Chairman of Augusta National Golf Club and the Masters Tournament Billy Payne and Masters champion Jack Nicklaus pose for a photo on No. 1 during the Honorary Starter Ceremony