The annual Porsche GB National Golf Final took place on Monday 17 September at The Belfry, Brabazon Course with Porsche Centres from all over the UK competing for the much coveted prize and winning title.
This year, Porsche Centre Bolton was represented by Michael Hill and Nick Stevenson who had earned their place in the qualifying round back in May at Bolton (Lostock) Golf Club.
Leading up to the weekend, it looked as though the wet weather would prevail, meaning everyone was prepared with winter and wet weather clothing. However, the sun came out and a fantastic day of golf was had by all with Porsche Centre Bolton’s team finishing in a very respectable fourth position.
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