This year the Omega Mission Hills World Cup is scheduled from November 22-25, 2007 on the Olazábal Course at Mission Hills, China. And it has the name Omega in the title cause, it is the principal sponsor. So here’s a double treat for Omega and golf buffs both – Omega Double Eagle Mission Hills World Cup Chronograph. The production of the watch is to commemorate the contribution of the company to the evolution of golf throughout the world. Powered by Omega’s exclusive Calibre 3313 complete with a Co-Axial escapement, these self-winding Double Eagle Co-Axial Chronographs provide unparalleled performance for sportsmen who understand the value of precision matched with power. The highly tactile aesthetics of these 41mm watches are achieved by contrasting surface finishes, a stunning carbon patterned dial, and black rubber coated features making them a perfect ally for outdoor sports. Actually, the design resembles the odious collection Constellation, created in 1982.
In the 18-carat red gold version, the bezel is lacquer-coated, while the crown and pushers are in brushed red gold. Red gold Roman numerals are surrounded by the glossy lacquer of the bezel making a daring design statement and the red gold crown displays the Omega logo. While in the titanium model, the bezel, crown, and pushers have been coated with black rubber. The bezel features steel Roman numerals and in the same way, the rubber-coated crown displays the Omega logo, technical achievement, and a world premiere. The highlight in both the watches is a bold backdrop for the 12-hour and 30-minute sub-dials forming an eye-catching figure of eight. The watch is believed to be given to a player who scores 3-under-par.