On Monday 22 May, we held a qualifying round of the Porsche Golf Cup at The Grove in Watford. The weather was perfect for a day of golf, and our 32 players were very keen to try the course that hosted the British Masters in 2016.
After breakfast in the new Player’s Lounge, the guests made use of the driving range and practice green before teeing off. There were eight groups competing for a place in the National Final at Loch Erne in September. After 18 holes in 23 degree heat, the players returned to the Player’s Lounge for a hearty meal before the prize-giving.
The day was a fantastic opportunity for Porsche owners to come together and enjoy a round of golf with like-minded people. We would like to thank everyone who attended and we will look forward to seeing the first and second place winners at the final in September.
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