On Friday 6 July, Porsche Centre Portsmouth hosted its annual qualifying round for the Porsche Golf Cup at Goodwood Golf Club. The sun shone on a field of 35 players who competed for a place in the National Final at The Belfry later this year.
On arrival our golfers were welcomed with a light breakfast and the opportunity to meet fellow Porsche owners and enthusiasts before making use of the practise facilities. The players then displayed skilled golfing in the beautiful surroundings followed by an evening meal and prize presentation in the clubhouse.
An enjoyable day was had by all with one customer saying: ‘It was a brilliant day - with the weather, the venue and the excellent set-up it was a great experience.’
This year’s qualifying winners, Paul Jones and Tim Fuller, will represent Porsche Centre Portsmouth at the National Final at The Belfry Golf Club on Monday 17 September.
Thank you to all the players, staff and Goodwood Golf club for an enjoyable and memorable day. We wish Paul and Tim the very best of luck in the National Final.
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