Rolex And The Masters

Rolex’s con­tri­bu­tion to ex­cel­lence in golf is based on a rich her­itage stretch­ing back 50 years

Golf Asia (Malaysia) - - SCENE - IM­AGES © AU­GUSTA NA­TIONAL 2017

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

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