The Porsche Golf Cup Great Britain is back for another year, and at the start of this month, Porsche Centre Chester hosted the qualifying round at Hawkstone Golf Club. A total of 48 customers competed for first and second place which would then see them represent Porsche Centre Chester at the national final hosted at Lough Erne in September.
Guests were welcomed by Porsche Centre Chester and the Porsche golf team in the morning for a light breakfast before teeing off in their teams of four.
Guests teed off beside a selection of stunning Porsche demonstrators including a 911 Carrera GTS, Taycan Sport Turismo GTS and a Macan GTS.
After an informal yet competitive day of golf, the customers returned to the club for a special buffet lunch followed by the prize presentation given by Carl Hazelton, Centre Principal. David Fletcher and William Spence finished in first and second place and both look forward to playing in the final later in the year. Other competitions also took place such as 'best team', 'longest drive', 'nearest the pin' and 'nearest the pin in two' which saw guests win various prizes from the Porsche Lifestyle Collection.
For more information about the Porsche golf day or to ask about attending next year, please email Kat Griffiths.
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