Porsche Centre Colchester was delighted to sponsor the 97th Essex PGA Open Championships at the prestigious Colchester Golf Club on 10-11 May 2017.
The event attracts a number of high profile golfers from across the country and has a great history. The Championship has been won by many notable names in county and national golf, including Ryder cup players Percy Allis, Jimmy Adams, Eddie Whitcombe, Brian Huggett and Lionel Platts. Partially designed by five-time open champion James Braid, Colchester Golf Club is renowned as one of the best clubs in Essex. The course has a par of 70 and a length of 6,375 yards.
Dan Jones, General Manager at Porsche Centre Colchester, said “We’re delighted to have sponsored such a prestigious event showcasing some talented local golfers within Essex. Vehicles in the Porsche model range were on display for all to see, including the Cayenne and 718 Boxster.”
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