British watch brand, Etiqus has signed a partnership with England Golf that gives its members special offers for the company’s timepieces that are designed exclusively for golfers.
Etiqus was founded in 2014 by England Golf member Gary Butler after he designed a wristwatch that helps golfers keep track of their rounds.
Etiqus and England Golf share a mission to get more people playing golf, and believe that the game is a lifestyle choice that improves health and friendships.
“I believe it’s good to be a golfer and that’s why Etiqus has always held growing the game as one of its core brand values,” says Mr Butler. “By partnering with England Golf we hope to work together to help the game thrive over the coming years.”
England Golf Chief Executive Nick Pink adds: “It is rewarding to work with partners such as Etiqus which share our aim of increasing participation at all levels. Etiqus already has a proven track record of helping to support the next generation of golfers through its charitable initiatives and donations to the Golf Foundation.”
Etiqus creates and produces patented timepieces for golfers. The Etiqus brand is founded on the principles of golfing etiquette and is committed to helping preserve the spirit of the game for future generations.
Etiqus watches, which use Swiss movements and sapphire crystal glass as standard, come in a choice of 72 different models across five collections for both men and women.
The company claims to be the first in the world to be granted patents for a golf timepiece.
“We now has over 1000 golfers including about 150 PGA Professionals wearing an Etiqus Golf Timepiece as their everyday watch to show their passion for golf,” Mr Butler describes.
“We’re on our way to raising over £20,000 for the Golf Foundation which helps young people experience the game and the life skills it has to offer,” he says.