This year, the Porsche GB Golf Cup Final took place at Lough Erne Resort, a luxury five-star hotel in Enniskillen, the gateway to North West Ireland. The resort offers spectacular views of the Fermanagh Lakelands and proved a perfect location for customers and guests to enjoy the luxurious surroundings.
Porsche Centres from all over the country competed against each other for the title of this prestigious championship. Our Customers, Gary Taylor and Richard Brooks formed a pair to represent Porsche Centre Portsmouth. After a practise round on Sunday afternoon, the competition teed off on Monday morning. The competition was a Betterball Pairs Stableford format, where players received 85% of their handicap.
Whilst the customers were enjoying a round of golf, their partners were treated to a complimentary luxurious back massage and use of the spa facilities at the hotel.
The event ended with a Gala dinner where the winners were announced. Congratulations to our Sales Manager, Chris Dawson who had a great round with his team, winning first place in the host competition.
A special thanks to Jez Ainsworth from NGL Golf Consultancy for organising such an incredible event for our customers.
If you would like to find out more information regarding our future golf events, please email email@example.com
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