On Thursday 20 July, Porsche Centre Tonbridge was delighted to host the regional qualifying round for the Porsche Cars Great Britain Golf Cup 2017. Guests were invited to play at Nizels Golf and Country Club in Kent.
Nizels Golf and Country Club boasts a superb 18 hole Championship Golf Course, situated in the middle of flowing acres of picturesque scenery. 35 customers from Porsche Centre Tonbridge competed to qualify for a place at the national final of the Porsche Cars Great Britain Golf Cup 2017.
The day was a fantastic way to bring together Porsche owners with a shared interest in golf with food and refreshments provided in the club house restaurant. Guests competed in the Longest Drive, Beat the Pro, Nearest to the Pin and Nearest to the Pin in two with winners collecting Porsche prizes such as a Porsche wallet, Porsche golf balls and cappuccino set.
Thank you to all guests who joined us on the day and congratulations to Phil Barker our winner and Julia Thompson our runner up. Well done on your performance and for qualifying for the national final in Lough Erne in September.
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