Porsche Centre Newcastle was delighted to return to Close House on Tuesday 4 June 2019 to host our annual golf competition.
Close House is home to the world’s only two Lee Westwood golf courses and the North East’s only PGA Golf Academy. It was recently announced that the club would be the official venue of the 2020 Betfred British Masters on the European Tour.
After registration and breakfast, guests played on the Filly Course which is an 18 USGA specification green, 6,034 yards long and a par 70 from the medal tee. The event was the first opportunity for guests to view the new Cayenne Coupé which stood proudly on display at the first tee alongside the Porsche 911, Macan, 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman.
Congratulations to Tony Brown who was the overall winner with a score of 40 points, followed by Stuart Richardson and Michael Morris in second and third place. Tony and Stuart will represent Porsche Centre Newcastle at the National Final in September which is being held at St Andrews Links – one of the most renowned golfing locations in the world.
Next year will see the Porsche Golf Cup GB Tour celebrate its twentieth year and preparation is already underway to mark this momentous occasion.
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