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Audemars Piguet & Golf

Audemars Piguet & Golf

Within each golfer beats the heart of a watchmaker. Self-control, meticulous time management, love of perfection: whether on a green or in the universe of Haute Horlogerie, it is always a question of precision and elegance, the beauty of both gesture and performance. Bearing witness to its unfailing attachment to golf, Audemars Piguet has chosen to focus on this passion by effectively building the world’s finest team of golfers. Quite simply out of love for the game.

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Golf Invitationals

Audemars Piguet organises its own series of private tournaments at prestigious golf courses around the world. Cherished guests enjoy the entertainment and thrill of playing alongside one of the brand Ambassadors at the numerous Audemars Piguet Golf Trophies every year.

Since 2013, the series climaxes in the Audemars Piguet Golf Invitational which gathers most of the Dream Team of golf Ambassadors and provides a unique experience.

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Seven of the brand’s exceptional golf ambassadors were in attendance, with 2014 FedexCup winner Billy Horschel as special guest.


The Els Club in Dubai was the place of the Invitational in November 2014 as the European Tour players concluded their season.

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Golf Trophies

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Bali, Sotogrande, New Taipei, Paris, New York, Münster, Tokyo, Milano, Shanghai, Amsterdam, Moscow are the host cities of the Golf Trophies in 2015, stay tuned!

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To break the rules, you must first master them.

Over the years we’ve developed friendships with some of the world’s best golfers. This veritable Dream Team of golf Ambassadors are exceptional and passionate players with a proven record of fully mastering their discipline and working tirelessly to constantly push their limits.

Henrik Stenson

Since his early days on the professional tour in 1999, this man of good taste and pinpoint precision – who probably has the world’s most effective iron play – has racked up an impressive list of achievements. The ever-elegant Swede with nerves of steel – nicknamed ‘Iceman’ on the greens - wears a steel Royal Oak Offshore chronograph since 2014.

Louis Oosthuizen

A discreet yet determined man, Louis Oosthuizen came to the attention of the public in 2010 by winning the British Open – his first Major – in great style while leaving his direct opponent, Lee Westwood, seven strokes behind! His early days on the pro circuit have brought a number of victories and spectacular achievements. The most recent was his second place in the Augusta Masters in 2012 at which he scored an albatross (three strokes under par) on the final day of the tournament.

Danny Willett

Danny symbolizes the revival of British golf. Since winning his first tournament on the European Tour in 2012 at the BMW International Open he has upped his game and refined his style by combining controlled power and great technique. This elegant young man demonstrated the whole array of his talents when winning the South African Nedbank Golf Challenge in December 2014, which opened the doors to the Top 50 World Ranking for him. He then reached third place at the WGC Matchplay in San Francisco in April 2015.

Darren Clarke

He has been a professional for more than 20 years and this Northern Irishman has won dozens of tournaments throughout his career including four Ryder Cups with the European team.

Ian Poulter

The term “unique” may well have been invented to describe Ian Poulter. Known for wearing outfits that are both unorthodox and exceptionally elegant, this regular in the world Top 25 and the Ryder Cup European Team, makes a consistently strong impression on all who see him.

Bernd Wiesberger

If a player ever personified the ideal profile of a modern golfer, it would probably be Bernd Wiesberger.
In 2014, he became the first Austrian golfer to take part in the US Open. Since then Bernd has moved in to the Top 50 in the world rankings, making several appearances on the podium of the European Tour.
A watchmaking enthusiast from a very early age, Bernd wears a stainless steel Royal Oak chronograph since 2015, a wise choice for this talented and fun-loving man with a more than promising future.

Lee Westwood

Certain golfers will mark history.

Lee Westwood is amongst them. Consistently excellent, this Englishman has been victorious on every continent on the globe, building his exceptional career step by step. Faithful leader of the Ryder Cup European team, Lee Westwood was elected Player of the Year in 1998, 2000, 2009 and enjoyed the ultimate honour of becoming No 1 in the world at the end of 2010.

He has been an Ambassador since 2005 and wears a chronograph that reflects his powerful and competitive nature.

Victor Dubuisson

This Frenchman born in 1990 is undoubtedly one of the most talented players of his generation. In 2013, his memorable swing enabled him to win the Turkish Open, an event with one of the biggest purses on the European tour, ahead of two other Audemars Piguet ambassadors, Ian Poulter and Henrik Stenson.

Keegan Bradley

In his first season on the PGA Tour he won twice, including the 2011 PGA Championship, marking just the third time in the history of the game that a player won a major championship in his first attempt. The next year he cemented his place among the world’s leading players by winning the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and being a valued member of the U.S. Ryder Cup side.

Miguel Angel Jiménez

Miguel Angel Jiménez is an iconic figure in golf circles, one of the most charismatic players on the fairways. His record speaks for itself – 18 victories on the European Tour, two Alfred Dunhill Cups, two Ryder Cups and a place in the Top 100 in the European Order of Merit year after year since 1989!

Peter Uihlein

In 2012, this young American turned pro and bravely set off on the European Tour.

This atypical choice proved extremely judicious and the newcomer quickly revealed his talent in 2013, winning his first professional title before finishing 14th in the Race to Dubai. He subsequently earned the prestigious “Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year” award, becoming the first American to do so and joining fellow Audemars Piguet ambassadors Sir Nick Faldo (1977) and Ian Poulter (2000) on the list of winners.