On 17 to 19 September, Porsche Centre Edinburgh attended the Porsche Cars GB golf final at Lough Erne, Enniskillen, Northern Ireland.
Two finalists from Edinburgh participated in the event, as well as their partners who had the opportunity to enjoy the magnificent surroundings of Lough Erne and the wider countryside around Enniskillen. After a playing a spectacular game, unfortunately our participants were not one of the winners who qualified for the grand final in Spain later this year, but they can look forward to trying to requalify in two years’ time.
Gillian Main, Marketing Manager at Porsche Centre Edinburgh accompanied the guests across to the event and commented "The weather could not have been any better for the two days, and all of the guests enjoyed the tough and challenging course".
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