Company announces St Andrews golf watch

First published: 13-04-2010

Jaermann & Stubi has announced the creation of a limited-edition to watch to mark its new deal to become the official clock supplier and timekeeper of the St Andrews Links Scottish golf course, it has been reported.

ProfessionalJeweller.com understands that the luxury watch firm has created no fewer than 18 platinum watches as part of its collection canned The Old Course, with each timepiece dedicated to a hole on the golf course with an inscription with statistics about each hole it covers.

The watches have Jaermann & Stubi trademark technology including the patented G-Shock Guard absorber to avoid jarring and gravity issues when golfing.

It was added by the source: "The watches also have a course time for golf games, which can also be used as a second time zone when players are off the course."

This year, St Andrews'' Old Course will host its 28th Open Championship, with the last two - in 2000 and 2005 - being claimed by Tiger Woods.

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