On Friday 6 July, Porsche Centre Cardiff hosted a qualifying round of the Porsche Golf Cup at Celtic Manor Resort Golf Club. The weather was perfect for a round of golf and guests enjoyed 18 holes on one of the resorts three world-class championship courses.
As well as the golf, Porsche Centre Cardiff displayed an array of the new Porsche range including a Macan, 911 and Cayenne for the guests to explore and even size up their golf bag in the boot of the new models.
30 guests arrived for breakfast and registration at Celtic Manor, which has previously been home to The Ryder Cup and The Wales Open. The guests then had a chance to use the practice green before teeing off. Players competed to win 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place, Nearest to the Pin, Nearest to the Pin in 2 and a Team Prize for the best group score.
We would like to thank all who joined us for the day and congratulate Jan Gambling and Gerald Vaughan who will now go on to represent Porsche Centre Cardiff in the National Final of the Porsche Golf Cup.
Please contact us on 02920 606 520 if you would like to find out more about participating in the Porsche Golf Cup next year.
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