On Friday 22 April, Porsche Centre Chester hosted its first Porsche ladies golf day at Carden Park golf resort.
Set in the beautiful Cheshire countryside, Carden Park boasts two golf courses, and on this day our ladies played 18 holes on the Cheshire course.
Kat Griffiths and Pamela Boyd from the Centre hosted our four teams of female customers. The day began by welcoming guests to the clubhouse in the morning for registration which was followed by a light breakfast before teeing off.
We were fortunate to have the weather on our side which meant that our players were able to enjoy a relaxed game whilst taking in the beautiful Cheshire scenery and the stunning views of the estate. On display outside of the clubhouse were two of our Porsche demonstrators: a Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Sport Turismo and a Taycan.
Upon returning back at the clubhouse, all of our players enjoyed a three course lunch courtesy of Porsche Centre Chester followed by a prize presentation. Prizes included items from the Porsche Lifestyle collection as well as prize experiences such as a day at the Porsche Experience Centre, the loan of any Porsche for 24 hours and rounds of golf for a team of four.
We are looking forward to hosting another Porsche ladies golf day next spring. In the meantime if you have any questions about our events, please call the team on 0151 373 4899 or email email@example.com
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