The 2020 Captains’ Charity Golf Day took place on 4 October 2020 at the Gog Magog Golf Course. On the day over 160 members teed off for 18 holes.
Despite torrential rain the day was a great success, with golfers competing for a range of prizes. We were delighted to donate a 911 for a weekend to the winner of the Nearest the Pin competition. On the day we displayed a Porsche 911 outside the club house.
So far, the event has raised over £25,000 for The Sick Children’s Trust and Arthur Rank Hospice Charity.
“It was fantastic to be invited to support our local golf club for this Charity Day. I congratulate the Captains on raising such a fantastic amount for their charities. We look forward to supporting the event again in 2021,” said Ryan Smith, Centre Principal at Porsche Centre Cambridge.
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