On 27 July Porsche Centre Kendal hosted our annual qualifying round of the Porsche Great Britain Golf Cup, for customers and guests at Ormskirk Golf Club. The 6,553 yard heathland course was opened in 1899 and has been the venue for the Open Championship qualifying and county matches several times.
The guests met for a light lunch at the Clubhouse before heading out to the course where everyone enjoyed an afternoon of golf in a relaxed atmosphere, despite the odd shower of rain.
After some time to relax, dinner was served in the Clubhouse and this was followed by the prize-giving ceremony which included various prizes from Porsche Driver’s Selection.
We would like to congratulate our winners John Beesley and Paul Hurst on qualifying for the Porsche Great Britain Golf Cup Final, to be held at the Lough Erne resort in Eniskillen. We trust they will have a fantastic time in Ireland and wish them the best of luck.
Please contact a member of our team by calling 01539 724331 for more information on our future events.
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