Porsche Centre Solihull joined the British Par 3 Championship event at Nailcote Hall, which took place between 6-9 August.
The British Par 3 Championship is a unique golfing experience, which dates back to 1933, and is steeped in history. Over the years, there have been some fantastic golfers who have lifted the coveted trophy, from Ryder Cup legends to current European Tour stars.
This four-day event, consisted of Celebrity-Amateur days which gives amateurs the chance to play alongside a celebrity in a televised competition. A team of three amateurs will be joined by a celebrity to compete in the Celeb-Am team event. It also hosts Professional-Amateur days, which is a highly competitive, stroke play, 36 hole event which is played over two days. Professional players will be competing for the coveted championship title, in addition to the team prize for winning the Pro-Am Partnership.
Over the course of this championship, Porsche Centre Solihull hosted the Porsche stand which showcased a 911 Carrera 2S Cabriolet in Lizard Green and a Panamera 4 Sport Turismo in Night Blue Metallic. The stand also displayed the Porsche Driver’s Selection Golf Collection.
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