Golf and watches go together well indeed. In spite of the fact that there are truth be told, not very many golfers who really wear a watch during the actual game, the affiliation is clear. Exactness, glory and getting a charge out of the better things throughout everyday life. A weekend ago was the last of the Omega European Masters 2018 in Crans Montana, Switzerland. A competition that has been around since 1923 and title supported by Omega since 2001.

Omega European Masters 2018

On the fairway in Crans Montana, you will locate the most lovely view you can want. The golf club Crans-sur-Sierre has a length of more than 6200 meters and is situated at an elevation of around 1500 meters. Strolling this amazing course will treat you for certain exceptional perspectives. Treated with lovely climate during the whole end of the week, the game was an incredible joy to watch.

Just like last year’s Omega European Masters 2018, Matthew Fitzpatrick (b.1994) from England won the title. Since 1978 ( ), the first run through again that somebody wins two years straight. Last Sunday, Fitzpatrick brought home the victor’s check of €416,660, a prize, the red title coat and an Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Master Chronometer. In gold.

This watch highlights one of Omega’s Master Chronometer movements  (a standard presented in 2015), type 8901. A pleasantly finished development with hints of gold to coordinate the 18 carat Sedna gold case, hands, lists and crown. The Seamaster Aqua Terra has a gold instance of 41mm in breadth and comes on a calfskin lash. A sun-brushed earthy colored dial with their renowned ‘teak’ design has been fitted and combines consummately with the pink gold. The reference for this watch is and you can discover it here on the .

Omega’s President & CEO Mr. Aeschlimann introducing the gold Seamaster Aqua Terra to OEM 2018 victor Matthew Fitzpatrick.

Omega additionally tells us that one year from now, three of the brand’s hitting the fairway ministers are joining the European Masters in Crans Montana: Rory McIlroy, Sergio Garcia and Tommy Fleetwood.

Last however not least, we often get whether or not it is ‘safe’ to wear your watch while hitting the fairway. We addressed that in this article on watches and golf .