The spotlight was on women for this competition with the Stableford type of play.
F.P.Journe was presenting its «élégante» watch collection with the new version se with diamonds without ceramic insert. With its revolutionary concept, it combines innovation, tradition and modern technologies providing this watch with a very long autonomy of 8 to 10 years in daily use, and up to 18 years in stand-by mode.
This innovative movement combines elegance and precision with a great comfort of use and the performances of an electro-mechanical watch.
The “élégante” features a mechanical motion detector visible on the dial at 4:30. When the “élégante” is motionless, it goes in stand-by mode after 35 minutes and the hands stop turning to save its energy. During the standby mode, the microprocessor continues to keep time, while the mechanical parts - gears, rotors and hands - stop moving. When the “élégante” is moved, the hands sets themselves automatically to the current time, taking the shortest path, clockwise or anti-clockwise.
F.P.Journe has awarded the winners in raw, Caroline Olsburgh Lacerda Soares and Alessandra Cavalleri, who each received a magnum of champagne Laurent-Perrier.
The winners of the Net category A, Virginie Delapame Emery and Saskia Hagger, each received an F.P.Journe Apianus double blue silk shawl, and the second, a bottle of champagne Laurent-Perrier rosé. The winners of the Net category B, Véronique Walter and Patricia Pastré, have received a Magnum Vieilles Vignes Château le Rosey while the second received an F.P.Journe polo and scented candle.
We thank our partners for the F.P. Journe Golf Cup - Laurent-Perrier and Fleuriste des Augustins.