In September of last year Mark King and Maria Taylor who were representing Porsche Centre Nottingham, successfully qualified for the World Final that took place in Mallorca from 6 to 9 May this year.
Mark and Maria were part of 80 finalists from 20 different counties. They had qualified from almost 18,000 players from Porsche tournaments from all over the world.
The World Final took place for the sixth time in Mallorca and was played over two rounds at the Club de Golf and Canyamel Golf Complex. Mark, Maria and Team Great Britain played extremely well and placed fourth overall.
Centre Principal Michael Mason commented ‘Mark and Maria played brilliantly throughout the Porsche Golf Finals and achieved a great result of fourth place overall for Team GB and Porsche Centre Nottingham.’
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