This month Porsche Centre Leicester attended the Porsche Golf Cup Final at Lough Erne in Northern Ireland, accompanying our two Leicester finalists as they competed for the national title.
The Lough Erne Resort is a luxurious 5-star hotel in Enniskillen, nestled in a 600-acre peninsula with spectacular views of the Fermanagh Lakelands. Winner of Hotel of the Year 2017, Lough Erne Resort is renowned as one of the finest five-star hotels Northern Ireland has to offer and has hosted many famous events and dignitaries over the years.
Our regional winners competed against 33 other duos, in a bid to win the title prize and proceed to the international final in Mallorca. In spite of the heavy morning fog threatening to jeopardize the course of events, our team played fantastically well, managing to secure fifth place. Congratulations to Sarah Chinnery and Andrew Rastrick for their fantastic performances.
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