This is a fun item as it is a golf score keeper in the form of a wristwatch. The band is of plastic which is quite gold in colour, lined with red. The “watch” has a clicker at the top and there are two small glass-covered openings and an additional two turning knobs. If the side clicker is pressed it automatically increases the numbers of shots per hole until it reaches 9, then returns to zero and the other clicker automatically moves to the number for the next hole (in other words, you are not allowed more than 9 shots per hole - so this must not be for an amateur!). The overall condition is very good with a slight scratch on the “dial” but this would make a fun gift for the lady golf enthusiast in your life. Total length 8.5 ins (21.5cm). Weight 12 grams. This item appears in my book, How the Watch was Worn, A Fashion for 500 Years” on page 216.