Swiss horology brand Jaermann & Stübi, which specialises in mechanical luxury watches for golfers, has supplemented its successful collection with new, luxurious models for ladies. Five years after launching its first golf counter, the brand now presents the Queen of Golf range especially for ladies – smaller, more delicate and with great attention to detail.
A survey among golfing ladies played an important role in the development of the Queen of Golf timepiece. The majority of ladies requested, for example, a case smaller than 40 mm. They also placed importance on an easy-to-read dial, practical usability and an attractive design.
For these ladies, Jaermann & Stübi has reinvented the golf watch with its mechanical counter. The new Queen of Golf range stands out with its elegant, feminine 38 mm case with rounded buttons, a mechanical counter for recording the number of strokes per hole and a totaliser for the score after 18 holes have been played.
The Queen of Golf, like all golf counter watches from Jaermann & Stübi, has the Caliber A10-2 automatic movement, protected by a shock absorber within the 38 mm stainless steel case and visible through the glass back.
Modern golf balls made of rubber were developed at the beginning of the 20th century. In the 1930s, so-called “mesh balls” with square and partly rounded dimples took over. These golf balls inspired Jaermann & Stübi to design a special dial in an Art Deco style. The Queen of Golf is offered in three different design variations with various dial colours and materials, as well as precious stones: Classic, Art Deco and Modern Art.
Hours, minutes, large seconds, strokes per hole, total score.
Stainless steel with brushed and polished finishes, 38 mm, shock absorber, water-resistant to 50 metres/5 bar, scratch-resistant sapphire glass
Mechanical golf counter JS04, two counter mechanisms, ceramic ball bearings, 4 rubies.
Automatic, mechanical, Caliber A10, 25 rubies, Incablock, 4 Hz/28,800 alternations/ hour, 42-hour power reserve.
Leather or rubber with buckle