Audemars Piguet - New Ambassadors

Audemars Piguet announced the appointment of three PGA golfers as new brand ambassadors: Louis Oosthuizen, Keegan Bradley and Bud Cauley. They join the prestigious Audemars Piguet Golf Ambassador Team, which represents the company's commitment to gathering passionate players who embody the brand's values and philosophy. The South African Louis Oosthuizen, world number 6, was noticed by the public in 2010 by winning the Open Championship - his first Major - in style, leaving his opponent 7 shots behind him. On this occasion, the champion achieved the second best score in history on the legendary course at St. Andrews, finishing 16 shots under par. Oosthuizen has since won four tournaments and was runner-up at the Masters2012. American Keegan Bradley, known for his technique and incredible mental control, has recently made his way into the top 10 by finishing in the Top 10 four times in a row. In his first season on the PGA Tour in 2011 he won twice, including the PGA Championship, the third time in history a player has won a major championship at his first attempt. A year later, he confirmed his position among the best players by winning the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and being named a member of the US team at the Ryder Cup. Bud Cauley, born in 1990, symbolises a new generation of high-performance players. After graduating from the University of Alabama in 2011, named a three-time All-American, the highest individual honour in American college sports, he debuted at the US Open and qualified. He was the sixth player in golf history to go straight from college to the PGA Tour, without going through pre-qualification. François-Henri Bennahmias, CEO of Audemars Piguet, commented on the importance of golf for the brand: "The worlds of golf and watchmaking are connected. They share the same values such as passion, precision and rigour. We are proud to team up with such exceptional golfers who are passionate about their sport and who perpetuate the same values through their professionalism and success."