On Tuesday 7 July, Porsche Centre Hatfield will host a golf qualifying round at Moor Park Golf Course.
The round at Moor Park will see players vying to represent Porsche Centre Hatfield at the hotly contested Porsche Golf Cup Great Britain.
The annual Porsche Golf Cup sees Porsche Centres across the UK compete against each other. Every Centre hosts a Qualifying Round, with the top two golfers qualifying to represent their Centre at the Final.
We are delighted to host our qualifying round at Moor Park Golf Course; one of the finest championship golf courses in the country with its magnificent 17th century mansion. Porsche Centre Hatfield is partners with Moor Park.
This year’s final is to be held at the legendary Duke’s Golf Course, St Andrews. The top two Porsche Centres from the cup final will then go onto to represent Porsche Cars GB at the Porsche Golf Cup World Final.
After a hugely successful competition last year, we look forward to Tuesday with high anticipation in what promises to be a great qualifying round at Moor Park.
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