Typically, golf is an individual sport. But every two years, top golfers from around the world come together for The Presidents Cup and play for the good of the team. The tournament started in 1994, and although it’s certainly not one of golf’s longest standing
Warm weather is golfing weather. For those course regulars, the prep is rote. Most golf courses have a standard dress code: slacks or long shorts, turtlenecks, collared shirts, and golf shoes. But what about a watch?
Watch lovers have to contend with this dilemma: Should you
Tiger Woods is not the golf player he used to be. He's been plagued by injury, and is a no-show even at lower profile tournaments. Even when he does play, he lacks the confidence we used to see in his younger days. Sure, the Tiger
During the first week of April every year, all eyes are on Augusta. Set among the bright azalea bushes and lush green lawns of Augusta National Golf Club, the Masters is the first major golf tournament of the year. And from Phil Mickelson’s shot from behind
The Ryder Cup is on many people’s bucket list, and rightfully so. It's a special time, with a competitiveness that goes deeper than any other golf tournament. Instead of cheering for an individual player–as is typical in other golf tournaments–you cheer for either the USA
If you don’t follow golf, you should at least know Jim Furyk.
As one of the winningest American golf players of all time, Furyk’s career has been full of notable accomplishments. He’s been a professional on the PGA Tour since 1992 and won the 2003 U.S. Open.
Each day Crown & Caliber is selecting two Ryder Cup players, one from Team USA and one from Team Europe (we have to be fair) and suggesting a new timepiece that matches their unique character. After all, if they win, they may want to celebrate. Unless
OMEGA has hit another long drive down the middle with the release of its Limited Edition Seamaster Aqua Terra “Ryder Cup” watches in celebration of this year’s Ryder Cup. The gorgeously crafted timepieces truly embody one of professional golf’s most famous events.
The silvery dial of
Bob Dylan was right – “the times, they are a changin’.”
Ever since Arnold Palmer slipped on a golden Day-Date in 1967, Rolex practically owned the world of professional golf. Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, and Jordan Spieth are all Rolex ambassadors, and the luxury
The relationship between luxury watches and golf grows stronger and more evident with every championship. This weekend, golf fans witnessed a weekend of incredible play at the PGA Championship at Valhalla golf course in Louisville, Kentucky. Twenty-five year old, Rory McIlroy, won the 96th PGA