On 18 May the Porsche Golf Cup Great Britain 2018 golf tournament got off to a great start in the beautiful grounds of Little Aston golf course. On arrival, customers and members of staff were welcomed with a light breakfast and had the opportunity to meet fellow opponents and their allocated playing partner. On display was a selection of Porsche Centre Sutton Coldfield’s latest models including the new Porsche Cayenne, as well as a Boxster GTS and Panamera Sport Turismo.
The first of the thirty-strong field were underway at 10am and with some excellent golf on display, the final group came in just after 3pm. Players were also invited to take part in a 9 hole putting contest.
With caps and clubs swapped for jackets and ties, players sat down to an early dinner, followed by the prize giving ceremony. Prizes included “longest drive”, “closest to the pin”, as well as “beat the Pro” in which players had to get their ball inside the Pro’s tee shot on a tricky Par 3.
The overall winner, with a score of 37 points, was Lionel Virdee. Viraj Patel came a close second with 35 points. Both will now represent Porsche Centre Sutton Coldfield in the UK final to be held at The Belfry in September and we wish them good luck!
A big thank you to Little Aston Golf Club for hosting the day, as well as to all our staff and customers who made the event so successful.
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