On Thursday 22 June, Porsche Centre Guildford was delighted to host a Porsche Golf Cup qualifier at Bramley Golf Club.
The round at Bramley saw some of our customers and staff competing to represent Porsche Centre Guildford at Porsche Golf Cup Great Britain.
The annual Porsche Golf Cup provides an opportunity for Porsche Centres across the UK to compete against each other. Every Centre hosts a qualifying round, with the top two golfers qualifying to represent their Centre at the final. This year the Porsche Golf Cup Final will be contested at the prestigious Lough Erne Golf Course in Northern Ireland.
Adam Flint, Centre Principal at Porsche Centre Guildford said “We are delighted to host our Porsche golf day with Bramley Golf Club. As partners, we have hosted a number of Porsche events over the last couple of years. They continue to provide excellent hospitality and a historically challenging course for our customers to compete on.”
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