Earlier this year, Porsche Centre Bournemouth hosted their annual Golf Event at Remedy Oak Golf Club. The day brought together Porsche owners and enthusiasts for a day of top quality golf in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Attendees played over 18 holes and had the opportunity to compete for a place in this year’s National Final.
This year’s winner Chris Coe, and runner-up, Chris Coats formed a pair and represented Porsche Centre Bournemouth in the National Final at Lough Erne Resort on Monday 18 September.
The National Final was played on the Faldo Course which was designed by six-time Major winner Sir Nick Faldo. Characterised by links-style fairways and perfectly true greens, the lakelands setting provides a stunning backdrop to the course.
If you are interested in taking part in the Porsche Golf Event 2018 please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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