Audemars Piguet Three professional golfers visit the factory in Le Brassus
Andrew 'Beef' Johnston, Lee Westwood and Matt Wallace are headed the Vallée de Joux to explore the brand’s manufacture.
Referred to as “Beef”, Andrew Johnston won the Challenge Tour Rankings in 2014 and made his European Tour breakthrough last April when he won the Open de España. The man with the big beard and bigger personality catches headlines with his entertaining interviews and has become a cult-like figure at tour events, with huge crowd followings.
After six victories on the Alps Tour in 2016 and his first European Tour title at the Open de Portugal in 2017, Matt Wallace, 27-year old, proved his strength by winning the Indian Open in March 2018. With this second win the talent from England broke into the top-100 of the Official World Golf Ranking.
Consistently excellent, the Englishman Lee Westwood has been victorious on every continent on the globe, building his career step by step. Lee was elected Player of the Year in 1998, 2000, 2009 and enjoyed the ultimate honour of becoming No 1 in the world at the end of 2010.
Audemars Piguet is one of the few independent family-owned watch businesses and has been based in Le Brassus, in Switzerland's Vallée de Joux region, at the heart of the fine watchmaking industry, ever since the company was first established in 1875.Find out more >
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