The annual Porsche GB National Golf Final took place on Monday 18 September at Lough Erne in Northern Ireland, with Porsche Centres from all over the UK competing for the much-coveted prize and winning title.
Earlier in the year, we held our qualifying round at Mar Hall Golf and Spa Resort. The winners of the qualifying round were Craig Wilson and Derek Ross, who were not only crowned winners but also got to represent Porsche Centre Glasgow at the final in Lough Erne.
Lough Erne provided a beautiful backdrop to this year’s final. There was a bit of doubt that the weather would hold up for the competition but on the morning, once the mist had lifted, the finalists were met with sunny skies.
All involved had a great day and we are already looking forward to next year’s qualifying round.
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