Our customers thoroughly enjoyed their trip to Lough Erne golf resort in Northern Ireland to play in the Porsche Golf Cup Great Britain final this month.
After qualifying for the final at our customer golf day at Hawkstone in July, our two winners were treated to a complimentary trip to Northern Ireland where they competed against other Porsche Centres for the chance to play in the Porsche European Open in Hamburg.
Daniel Addison, Sales Executive hosted our two customers (photographed on the right), and the group enjoyed a practice round once they arrived at the resort, followed by an informal dinner in the evening.
Whilst our customers did not win on this occasion, they enjoyed the couple of days away and after a competitive game on the second day, everyone was able to unwind with a gala dinner that evening.
Thank you to David Fletcher and William Spence for representing Porsche Centre Chester at the golf final this year.
We look forward to hosting the next qualifying round for the Porsche Golf Cup next year at Sandiway golf course. For further information on the events at Porsche Centre Chester, please email the team at email@example.com
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