Adam Scott Rolex Watch: Details, Photos, and Stuff




Adam Scott Rolex Watch. Aside from Roger Federer, another famous world athlete who is identified with Rolex is Aussie golfer Adam Scott who won the Masters Tournament championship title in 2013. He tells us more about his relationship with Rolex in this video. Watch:

For those of you who are too lazy to watch. Here’s the pertinent details from the vid: The Aussie golfing champ started wearing Rolex in 2001. His very first model is a Rolex Day-Date. Adam Scott’s favorite Rolex watch is the DeepSea Sea-Dweller but he is also liking the new Rolex Sky-Dweller and it comes at a very close second.

Now let’s check out some photos from Adam Scott Rolex watch collection.

Let us begin with this print advertisement featuring a younger version of Adam and his Rolex Daytona watch. We’re told this ad is from seven years ago in 2008.

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Now, here’s a more recent photo of Adam wearing Rolex — a two-tone Rolex Datejust. He’s looking every inch a model, ain’t he? He sure can give them male models a run for their modeling money. Watch out, David Gandy!

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This next Adam Scott Rolex watch was when he beat all his rivals and won the Masters Tournament in 2013. He is wearing a Rolex DeepSea Sea-Dweller which, as we mentioned above, is his favorite model.

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A “from the back” pic of Adam and his Rolex DeepSea Sea-Dweller.

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Adam and his next favorite Rolex watch, a Rolex Sky-Dweller.

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What is Adam wearing in this photo? It’s a Rolex Milgauss according to the website luxuskarorak.hu but it is the only source that claims it is a Milgauss so take the info with a grain of salt.

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Oh, by the way, in case you missed our post on how to pronounce “Milgauss” in Rolex Milgauss, go check out our post on Federer Rolex watches where we re-published a discussion on how it should be pronounced. It apparently rhymes with “house” rather than “gauze”.