Porsche Centre Sheffield was delighted to sponsor a the golfing event hosted by Dan Walker, a patron of the Children’s Hospital Charity, that raised £60,000 for the charity.
The third annual Walker Cup was held at the stunning Hallamshire Golf Club in Sheffield to raise funds for a lifesaving piece of equipemt for the charity. The competition consisted of 24 teamsm each led by a celebrity player, including Ryder Cup players Danny Willett and Matt Fitzpatrick.
The overall winner was John Sansby and he took home a club jacket. The winners of the team challenge and the Dan Walker Cup was the team from EES Renewables, led by actor Dean Andrews. Ex Manchester United footballer, David May topped the individual celebrity league with 41 points.
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