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All those moving parts working beautifully together, giving rise to impeccable performance. Tour pros’ swings? Nope, try their five-figure timepieces. Here, with a tip of the visor to the PGA Tour’s Style Insider, is a look at which Tour pros wear which luxury watches.


For his second Masters victory, in 2014, Bubba Watson hauled in $1.62 million, more than enough to cover the cost of his $650,000 limited edition Richard Mille RM038 Bubba Watson Victory Watch, which, we presume, he didn’t have to pay for anyway.  

Bubba Watson, 2014 Masters

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Golf tournaments aren’t scripted, but trophy presentations are. After his final putt dropped at the 2014 British Open, Rory McIlroy found time to don an Omega Seamster Planet Ocean 600, a timepiece that pays homage to Omega’s dive-watch heritage (and retails for around $6,000). With his winning total of 17-under, Rory went pretty deep himself.   

Rory McIlroy

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Few Tour pros bring the bling like Poulter, who wasn’t his usual assassin self at the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles but was a big part of show of the celebration. So was his Audemars Piquet Royal Oak. With a retail price of $27,900, the watch is water-resistant. Champagne resistant, too.  

Ian Poulter, 2014 Ryder Cup

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Asked on Instagram which watch she prefers, the Big Wiesy gave a shout out to her sponsor, Omega. “The butterfly Constellation is my fave,” she wrote, adding smiley faced emojis to emphasize her point. We’re thinking she likely meant the $25,000 Omega De Ville Prestige Butterfly, which features white gold, dozens of sparkly diamond and an artful butterfly pattern on its face.  

Michelle Wie

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Why is this man smiling? For one, he just won the 2013 British Open. For another, that's a Rolex Cellini Danaos on his wrist, a watch that retails in the neighborhood of $7,000. Then again, with his earnings from his winning week at Muirfield, Lefty could have bought about 200 of them.   

Phil Mickelson

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In better days, Tiger Woods’ swing was like a high-end timepiece, with many tiny moving parts working beautifully in sync. Somewhere along the line, he lost it. Let’s hope he still has the $12,000 Rolex Deepsea Sea-Dweller that he showed off while collecting his trophy at the 2013 Players Championship. Look familiar? You might have spotted the same watch on…  

Tiger Woods

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That broomstick putter at the 2013 Masters sure was ugly. But Scott made up for that stylistic faux pas by slipping on a fashionable Rolex Deepsea Sea-Dweller. Looks good with green, right?  

Adam Scott, 2013 Masters

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Most twentysomethings these days keep time with their cell phones. Korda’s got something classier to lean on: a tasteful TagHeuer Aquaracer Lady, which retails for around $7,000.  

Jessica Korda

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The Rolex Daytona, which retails for around $12,000, is the product of sophisticated Swiss engineering. And judging from his Iron Byron ball-striking at the 2014 U.S. Open at Pinehurst, you’d have thought that Kaymer himself was made of nuts and bolts.  

Martin Kaymer, 2014 U.S. Open

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Que hora es? It’s about the hora for Sergio to finally win a major. For now, though, he’ll settle for first place at the 2014 Qatar Masters. Nice trophy. And that $22,000 Omega Seamster Planet Ocean Ceragold is pretty snazzy, too.

Sergio Garcia

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