Ramsey Wins 2012 Omega European Masters

Swiss local time on September 2, 2012, OMEGA European Masters in Crans-Montana, Crans-Sur-Scher (Crans-Montana) -sur-Sierre). After four rounds of fierce competition, the 29-year-old Scottish star Richie Ramsay finally won, winning his second European Tour title in his career. Omega and 2012 European Masters
欧洲 The European Masters with a long history and glorious tradition is the oldest golf event on the European continent and one of the most important sports events in Switzerland. It is held annually in the beautiful town of Klein Montana on the Alps. In 2009, the Omega European Masters became the first golf tournament in history to be jointly recognized by the European Tour and the Asian Tour.
2001Since 2001, the famous Swiss watch brand Omega has been the title sponsor of the European Masters. In 2012, Omega announced that the title sponsorship cooperation agreement with the European Masters was extended to 2017. Omega’s support for the European Masters has helped it attract more top players from the world to join this golf event.
Omega Global President Stephen Urquhart said: ‘Omega is proud to be able to sponsor such an important and prestigious event. We are very pleased to see that Golf has developed into a truly global sport. In cooperation with the title sponsor of the European Masters, Omega will better promote the development of golf. ‘
The 2012 Omega European Masters starts on August 30 local time. Omega celebrity ambassador Greg Norman, defending champion Thomas Björn, and balloonist John Daley ) And 14-year-old Chinese talented teenager Andy Zhang and other world-class golfers are competing fiercely in the stunning surroundings of the Alps. It is worth mentioning that the list of participating golf stars Including 11 previous European Masters champions.
The ultimate contest-Ramsay wins
After experiencing heavy rain and dense fog in the first three days, the Swiss Alps were finally covered with sunshine on the day of the final. 80 finalists competed in the final.
The most noticeable player of the day was the famous Scottish player Ramsey who reached the final with the top score. He performed very well in the previous third round, capturing a total of six birds. In the fourth round of the final, Ramsay was calm and in excellent condition. He played five birdies in the first nine holes and performed perfectly. After extending his lead to four shots, he almost has a winning ticket, but after the game there is still no lack of suspense. Ramsey then swallowed bogey on 13 and 17 holes, but also on 14 He captured an eagle, and finally closed with a score of 66 under 5 and a championship with a total of 267 and 16 under par, becoming the successor to Colin Montgomerie and Andrew. After Andrew Coltart, the first Scottish player to win the European Masters in almost 10 years. This is also the second time that Ramsey won the European Tour after the South African Open in December 2009.
Australian player Marcus Fraser, Swedish player Fredrik Andersson Hed, French player Romain Wattel and English player Dan Danny Willett tied the tie in the final and ended up tied for second place with a four-stroke lag behind Ramsey (271 with a total of 271 below par). And Paul Lawrie, who entered the final with the second-ranked result, performed poorly in the final round, only hitting 70 shots below par 1 and playing with Austrian players Wiesberger, Chilean player Felipe Aguilar tied for sixth. Paul Laurier’s hopes of winning the Johnnie Walker Championship and the Omega European Masters in a row also shattered as the final came to an end. 1995 European Masters champion, Swedish veteran Mathias Gronberg made a hole in a 191-yard three-shot hole, which became a highlight of the European Masters. He finally played in the final round. He scored 71 and tied for 14th place with a total score of 8 below par.
Historic European Masters
The European Masters, formerly known as the Swiss Open, dates back to 1923. At the time, there were only 11 golf courses in Switzerland, and tournaments were held on different courses. In 1939, the Swiss Open was held for the first time at the Crans-sur-Scher Golf Club in Crans-Montana. That year, Frenchman Fifi Cavala won the 72-hole championship.
瑞士 During the Second World War, the Swiss Open was suspended, and it was not resumed until 1948. Since then, the Kline-Sur-Scher Golf Club has been the venue for the Swiss Open. Despite a lot of difficulties in his early years, during this period he was full of prestigious players in the European Masters’ succession list of champions, including Seve Ballesteros, Ian Woosnam (Ian Woosnam) and Nick Price.
In 1983, the Swiss Open was renamed the European Masters, and the championships were even more star-studded, including Nick Faldo, Ernie Els, Colin Montgomerie, Lee · Westwood (Lee Westwood) and Garcia (Sergio Garcia), etc.
In the following years, the European Masters gradually became one of the most prestigious events in Europe. The success of the European Masters is not only due to the outstanding professional level and first-class players of the tournament, but also to the picturesque venue, the enthusiastic support of the local people, and the unique atmosphere of the game in the valley. Omega has been the title sponsor of the European Masters since 2001, and since then has welcomed outstanding players from Europe and around the world to Switzerland, the birthplace of Omega.

Majestic And Elegant Balmain Ii Mini Ladies Watch

The world-renowned Basel World Jewellery & Watch Fair (BASELWORLD) has opened, and the staff of the Watch House Special Reporting staff have also begun to work. They will bring you the 2015 Basel International Jewellery & Watch Fair. The latest, fastest and most comprehensive coverage. Following the steps of the Watch House, let’s admire the new Balmain II mini series of ladies’ watches launched by Basel International Jewellery & Clock Fair.

Watch real shot show:
Case with 56 fine diamonds

With Arabic numerals and toffee hands

   Wherever you mention the perfect collision of taste and know-how, the name Pierre Balmain comes to mind. Born in the field of Haute Couture in Paris, Pierre Bowman succeeded in redefining the laws of fashion. Today, the essence of his charm is manifested through a watch brand from the Swiss Swatch Group-Bowman. At the same time, the group has provided valuable technical and commercial resources for Baoman watches, as well as traditional watchmaking techniques.

Watch details real shot display:
Dial can be selected with corrugated carving and vine decoration

Available in stainless steel and diamond

And a polished gold bezel with sun dial

Exquisite bracelet like jewelry

   The balanced aesthetics and complete functions make the design of the Balmain II mini watch perfectly fit with all aspects of contemporary life. If the environment determines that you can only choose one watch, then the Balmain II mini watch is an ideal choice. The Balmain II mini ladies’ watch is equipped with a Swiss-designed and manufactured quartz movement. With proven Bowman’s proven watchmaking technology, it ensures that the time of the watch is accurate and reliable over many years. It can bring solemn elegance and understated luxury to the wearer.

In summary: people need at least a watch suitable for various occasions, and the emergence of the Balmain II mini ladies’ watch has made it possible. It is not uncommon for women who devote themselves to daily activities to work, sports, and social cocktails on the same day. In this case, the Balmain II mini ladies’ watch can be used to its full potential!