In October, Porsche Centre Silverstone was delighted to sponsor two charity golf days. The first event took place on Wednesday 11 October at Staverton Golf Club, Daventry. The day was in aid of the Stroke Association and was organised by Professional Golfer Michelé Forgione. An auction was held and Porsche Centre Silverstone donated a Porsche Driving experience at the Porsche Experience Centre. Guests also had the opportunity to view a Porsche 911 GTS, which was displayed on the course.
The following day, Porsche Centre Silverstone sponsored the PEAC charity golf day in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support Charity. We donated a 718 Boxster as a hole-in-one prize. In order to win, the guests had to hit a hole-in-one on the twelth hole, at Collingtree Golf Course. The tee was 173 yards from the pin and even though one golfer managed to land less than a meter away from the hole, no one won the challenge. However we did raise a fantastic amount for the charity.
Please email our Centre to find out more about the charity events we support.
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