In case you hadn’t heard, Omega has become the official timing partner of the PGA Tour.  This is certainly a choice strategic decision, as Rolex has always played a very strong role in professional golf, sponsoring several players and running heavy advertisements.  Also, Audemars Piguet has taken to sponsoring more than a handful of top-ranked players, including Rory McIlroy (as you can see in this picture of Rory drinking out of the US Open cup wearing his Royal Oak chrono). 

So, as this was the first major that Omega officially played a role in, it is only fitting that the winner, Keegan Bradley would receive an Omega wristwatch…and he did!  And, it wasn’t just any Omega, but a very nice looking Seamaster Aqua Terra Annual Calendar in red gold.  So, in addition to the $1.45 million he receives as the PGA champ, he also got a $23,000 annual calendar.  Not a bad pull if you ask us.