On Friday 12 July, the team from Porsche Golf and Porsche Centre Tonbridge hosted our annual golf tournament. This year, guests were invited to play at the Nevill Golf Club in Tunbridge Wells, just a short distance from the Centre.
The day consisted of breakfast, a round of golf on the award winning 18-hole course, followed by a presentation and dinner. This annual golf tournament brings together Porsche owners and enthusiasts for a day of first-rate golf in a relaxed and friendly setting.
Guests were competing for a place at this year’s National Final at the award-winning The Duke’s Course, St Andrews in September 2019. Designed by five-times Open Champion Peter Thomson and with a spectacular setting above St Andrews, The Duke’s is highly regarded as one of the finest heathland championship courses in the British Isles.
Congratulations to Mr Butler and Mr Ross-Jones who were crowned the winner and runner-up, respectively, for this qualifying round. They will now represent Porsche Centre Tonbridge in the National Final where they will stay at the world famous five-star Old Course Hotel that borders the 17th Road Hole.
This round was thoroughly enjoyed by all who took part and we’d like to say thank you to our customers and friends who came along on the day.
Are you a customer of Porsche Centre Tonbridge that plays golf? We’d love to invite you to our next golf day. Get in touch with a member of our team on 01732 361222 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to register your interest.
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