The Porsche Golf Cup Great Britain is an annual event which many of our customers look forward to taking part in.
Each Porsche Centre hosts its own qualifying round and the winner and runner-up from each round goes on to represent their Centre and compete at the National Final in September at The Duke’s Course, St Andrews.
This June, our qualifying round was hosted at the Portal Golf Hotel and Spa where we welcomed 48 customers.
Guests enjoyed breakfast rolls and a hot drink before they took to the golf course for a relaxed and enjoyable round of golf. The full Porsche model range was displayed around the course for guests to admire - this included the new Porsche 911 and the brand new Cayenne Coupé Turbo.
There were a number of prizes available to win on the day from Porsche Driver’s Selection, including for longest drive, best team and beat the pro. The prize presentation took place after a group dinner and was hosted by Carl Hazelton, Centre Principal. Fergus Wiseman and Simon Brimage took home the trophies for first and second place and they will be representing Porsche Centre Chester in the National Final.
It was another successful golf day and we are looking forward to joining our two customers at St Andrews in September.
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