Swiss super clone Rolex, the world’s biggest watch brand and a byword for luxury, success and achievement, has always been intimately connected with big moments in sports. An early Oyster was on Mercedes Gleitze’s wrist when she became the first British woman to swim the English Channel. Sir Jackie Stewart got a King Midas when he won his first Formula 1 World Championship. The list goes on.
Perhaps, then, it’s no surprise that a luxury fake Rolex CA has become part of a big moment in golf history, as Brooks Koepka won the 2023 PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club over the weekend – a paradigm shift in the golf world – with a new 1:1 replica Rolex Cosmograph Daytona ‘Panda’ on his wrist.
Koepka’s defection to the Saudi-backed, Greg Norman-led LIV Golf league – despite the 33-year-old initially deriding players for “selling out” and joining the controversial tour – led many commentators to say that his career was over. His win on Sunday, AAA quality replica Rolex CA on his wrist, proves otherwise.
Thankfully, we doubt anyone would’ve got their knickers in a twist about what watch Brooksie was wearing when he lifted the Wanamaker Trophy (a trophy that now has his name on it five times, by the way).
The Rolex Daytona fake for sale that Koepka was wearing looks like the updated ref. 126500LN, which was introduced at Watches & Wonders Geneva earlier this year. It’s easy to distinguish the new reference from the previous-generation ref. 116500LN thanks to the new model’s metal ‘lip’ around its ceramic bezel.
The updated Rolex Daytona super clone online CA features a new movement, the calibre 4131, which incorporates a number of the major innovations that top super clone Rolex has brought to its latest movements, including a Chronergy escapement.
Koepka isn’t the only golfer to hoist some silverware while wearing a Swiss movement replica Rolex recently.
Jon Rahm, the Spanish golfing phenom whose unlikely rise to stardom continues to captivate sports fans, wore a blue-dialled Rolex Sky-Dweller (ref. 336934-0005) when he won the US Masters earlier this year.