The rookie Keegan Bradley celebrated his victory at the 93rd PGA Championship, golf’s final major, by receiving Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Annual Calendar watch, in the Atlanta Athletic Club’s Clubhouse. This PGA Championship was the first event of a new partnership between the Swiss watchmaker and the PGA of America.
Keegan Bradley became the seventh consecutive, the first-time major champion, by wining against Jason Dufner in a thrilling three-hole playoff. The 25-year-old rookie has been a professional golf player for the last three years. Along with the trophy, Bradley got the luxurious Omega’s 18-karat red gold timepiece from the President of the PGA of America, Mr. Allen Wronowski.
The Seamaster Aqua Terra Annual Calendar is a beautiful watch with an eye-catching “teak-concept” design of the dial, a luxurious red-gold case and the revolutionary in-house Co-Axial 8611 Caliber mechanism.
Omega’s President, Mr. Stephen Urquhart, was very pleased with the formal beginning of the major breakthrough for his company in theUSsport of golf. “With the 2011 PGA Championship engraving on the moving rotor of his new Seamaster Aqua Terra Annual Calendar, we are proud that this timepiece will help commemorate this very special win in Keegan’s career”, said Urquhart.
A golf legend and Omega’s Ambassador, Greg Norman, also was a part of this successful event that marked a new Omega’s role in the world of sport. The strategic, five-year marketing and sponsorship contract with the PGA of America, signed earlier this year, means that Omega will be the Official Timekeeper of the biggest sports organization in the world that includes 27,000 professionals. The next PGA Championship will take place in the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island S.C., in August 9-12.