Audemars Piguet invites loyal collectors to play a round with its golfing ambassadors


Audemars Piguet invited some of its most committed collectors to an unforgettable weekend with its golfing brand ambassadors ahead of last week’s Audemars Piguet Golf Trophy at Sebonack Golf Club.

The evening before the tournament, guests attended a welcome dinner held at Eleven Madison Park in Manhattan. The following morning, they boarded several chartered seaplanes for sightseeing above Manhattan before landing directly on the shore of Sebonack Golf Club for a sociable round.

A scramble golf round format was adapted so that the AP collectors were able to play several holes with the golf ambassadors including Wesley Bryan, Patrick Cantlay, Bud Cauley and Peter Uilhein.


Battling until the final hole on the course, the winning team was victorious with an impressive score of 60 on the par 72 course.

Celebrations continued as the ambassadors and watch collectors gathered at the Library Room within the Clubhouse for a cocktail reception and awards ceremony dinner honoring the day.


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