Rio Looks At Omega House Sergio Garcia Helps With ‘golf Night’

‘Golf Night’ was unveiled elegantly at the Omega House on the evening of August 8th to celebrate the Rio Olympics with guests. Omega House praised the great game of golf and invited Omega celebrity ambassador Sergio Garcia to help with the golf night. His arrival attracted several athletes to bring their families together, and Many celebrities in Rio and Omega distinguished guests also came to celebrate, including Kelly Haier, director of the professional division of the American Professional High Association, and professional golfer Peter Dawson.

   Known as the ‘Holy Infant’, Sergio Garcia is a popular golfer who started his career in professional golf in 1999. Since then he has won more than 25 professional championships and won over Lai. The German Cup has occupied the top ten positions in the world for most of his personal career. As a golf figure, Sergio Garcia is a force to be reckoned with in the PGA Championship and the European Golf Tour, and has always been recognized as one of the top players in the world. The Rio Olympics is Sergio Garcia’s first appearance at the Olympic Games. For the athletes, the Olympic Games are a rare opportunity for international events, especially the return of golf to the Olympic Games after 112 years.

   As in London four years ago, Omega House is once again the ideal place for triumphant Olympic athletes to celebrate victory. Here they can devote themselves to various celebrations with unique style. Garcia himself is also enthusiastic about party gatherings, where he enthusiastically took pictures with many fans at the scene. The evening’s Omega House was golf-themed, with a glamorous look, full of the charm of golf. A turquoise rug from the foyer spreads guests in front of the spectacular overhanging water curtain in the atrium. The ground is strewn with golden golf decorations, and the unique background makes it popular with selfie lovers. There is a small flag on the bar next to it labeled ‘No. 19 Hole’, where guests can enjoy a drink and enjoy a relaxing and enjoyable party time.

   Sergio Garcia shared with guests the significance of golf’s return to the Olympic Games and his unlimited motivation to compete in Rio. He said: ‘The most important thing for me is that when I leave the stadium, I feel a bit better than before. I look forward to the Olympics helping golf to develop better globally. It was also a precious experience for me, and I think I will never forget this wonderful journey. ‘

   Omega House launched a series of exciting activities in August, and ‘Golf Night’ is one of the highlights. This year is the first time that Golf has returned to the Olympic Games since 1904, and many omega celebrities ambassadors will also be on display at this event. The high-level athletes participating with Sergio Garcia also include Stacy Lewis from the United States, Feng Shanshan from China, and Charley Hull from the United Kingdom.

   Omega is committed to promoting the global development of golf, continuously sponsoring golf events, and establishing partnerships with The PGA of America. Many top golfers have joined the ranks of Omega Golf Celebrity Ambassadors. As the official timing of the Rio Olympics, Omega brings a new golf scoreboard to the audience. It is set on four dedicated tees on the ground and equipped with a radar measurement system. In addition to player names and current results, the scoreboard also displays data such as hitting speed, estimated distance and hitting height in real time to bring a better viewing experience for the audience.

Seahorse 300m diving watch ‘Rio 2016’ limited edition

   Inspired by Rio’s vitality, Omega has launched a limited edition of the Rio 2016 seahorse 300-meter diving watch. Inspired by Rio’s prestigious Copacabana beach, this timepiece evolved the mosaic design on the sidewalk into a wavy pattern on a black lacquered dial. The watch’s unidirectional rotating diving bezel is made of polished black ceramic. The bezel design is also unique in that the red, green, yellow and blue lacquer numbers above the surround not only represent the passion and vitality emanating from Rio, but also show the five colors of the iconic Olympic rings . The dial has a calendar window at 3 o’clock, a helium exhaust valve at 10 o’clock, and polished arched rhodium-plated hollow hands covered with a Super-LumiNova luminous coating. On the back of the polished and frosted stainless steel case, the screw-in caseback is embossed with the Rio 2016 Olympic badge and engraved with a limited edition number. This model is limited to 3,016 pieces worldwide. The watch is equipped with an Omega 2500 movement and is water-resistant to 300 meters. The official watch model is 522.30.41.20.01.001, and the domestic public price is 32,700 CNY.