When Christine Heath, the Junior Organiser at Gog Magog Golf Club, approached Porsche Centre Cambridge to support a junior golf competition at our local course, we were delighted to be involved.
The Junior Open, a competition open to entrants under 18 years of age with a CONGU competition handicap, took place on 2 August. Despite the wet and windy weather on the Cambridge course, 30 competitors tee’d off for a challenging day of golf.
Gifts from the Porsche Driver’s Selection golf range were awarded to winners and runners up in each individual section. Congratulations to Ollie Rust and Lindie Tapping (pictured) who came out on top in the two main competitions.
For more information on items from the Porsche Driver's Selection golf range please contact Kim Stewart on 01223 872872 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and she will be happy to help. Alternatively, visit our Centre where we have a number of items on display.
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