On Wednesday 13 July, Porsche Leicester held their annual Golf Cup at a new location, Rothley Park Golf Club. Around 40 Porsche Leicester customers took part, and it was the perfect day for a round of golf as the sun was shining and there wasn’t a cloud in the sky.
All participants were playing to book themselves into the Porsche National Final, which is being held at Lough Erne, Northern Ireland in September. The two participants who finished with the most Stapleford Points were crowned our winners.
With a joint 38 points, we would like to congratulate our winners Tom Mulligan and Shalin Ghelani. Tom and Shalin will now represent Porsche Leicester at the National Final in Northern Ireland and we wish them the best of luck!
On the day, we had a Panamera and Taycan on display, whose striking looks were displayed at the entrance of the Golf Club and beside the 12th tee.
We would like to thank the Porsche GB Golf team for their amazing organisation of a brilliant event which was enjoyed thoroughly by all, and Rothley Park Golf Club for their outstanding hospitality on the day.
For more information on how to participate in next year’s golf competition, please email our Marketing Coordinator Callum Whiteside at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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