With endorsements from such PGA Tour stars as Dustin Johnson, Patrick Reed, and Justin Rose, Hublot has risen the ranks of golf products on every golfer’s wish list. Now with a new Golf Green version of their Big Bang Carbon watch, Hublot is ready to become the watch of the golf course.
The Hublot Big Bang Unico Golf Green Carbon was developed with Dustin Johnson, and was designed to allow golfers to keep track of their score while also providing the features you would expect from a top-end watch. The case measures 45mm and features two buttons. The first button adds a stroke to your score, while the second advances the game one hole. At the six o’clock position, you’ll find the running total of your 18-hole score reported on a pair of discs. The eight o’clock pusher is shaped like a tee and resets the score tracker. A shot marker at three o’clock helps you keep track of how many shots you’ve taken on each hole.
Made of carbon fibre and Texalium, the newest version of the watch comes in Golf Green. The hour markers are rhodium-plated, and the hour and minutes markers are treated with lume. The watch offers 100 meters of water resistance, should you find yourself in a water hazard. Hublot used their in-house MHUB 1580 calibre for the movement, which comes with hours, minutes, and golf score complications as well as 72 hours of power reserve. The strap is made of green calf leather with carbon fibre texture accents. It also comes with an additional black fabric strap with a black-plated aluminium buckle.
This is the second iteration of the first Big Bang Unico Golf watch, the first having debuted two years ago in a white-grey combo. Keeping track of your golf score on your watch will cost you USD$45,400, but you’ll be the envy of the green.