Scottie Scheffler Wears the Rolex GMT-Master II Ref.126711CHNR to Win the Masters Championship Trophy
Scottie Scheffler Wears the Rolex GMT-Master II Ref.126711CHNR to Win the Masters Championship Trophy

From April 7th to 10th, 2022, the 86th Masters was held at the Augusta National Golf Club in San Diego. Rolex spokesperson Scottie Scheffler, the current No. 1 golfer in the golf world, shot 71 in the final round to win his first Masters championship with a total score of 10 under par and 278.

Scottie Scheffler is a 25-year-old golfer. It was Scottie Scheffler's fourth win of the season, and the victory helped him further cement his world No. 1 ranking. At the awards ceremony, Scottie Scheffler wore the Rolex GMT-Master II Ref.126711CHNR to hold up the Masters trophy. Fred Ridley, president of the Augusta National Golf Club, who presented the award, wore a Rolex Submariner Ref.116610LV watch.

The Rolex GMT-Master II Ref.126711CHNR was produced in 2018. It is made of Oyster steel and Everose gold. It is equipped with a brown and black two-color Cerachrom ceramic 24-hour scale word ring. It is nicknamed "Sars Circle" in China and called "Root Beer" overseas. The watch is 40 mm in diameter, equipped with the 3285 movement, and has a price tag of 118,800 yuan.

Rolex's support for the sport of golf dates back to 1967 and includes over two decades of partnership with Augusta National Golf Club. Augusta's long and rich history, strict standards and respect for tradition are known around the world, which coincides with Rolex's unremitting pursuit of lasting excellence.

In 2013, at the age of 17, Scottie Scheffler was named the "Rolex Junior Player of the Year" by the American Junior Golf Association, successfully becoming one of the many Rolex spokespersons who have won the junior championship. With his outstanding performance, he won the first major championship in his career and the fourth global championship, becoming one of many outstanding players who won the first major championship in his career at the Augusta National Golf Club, which also include Rolex ambassadors Adam Scott, Jordan Spieth and Tiger Woods.