ADVERTISING expert Rob Capener is used to grabbing the limelight for his clients - but the tables were turned when he hit a hole-in-one during a charity golf match.
Rob was among 70 golfers who braved torrential rain to take part in the tournament organised by South Cheshire Chamber of Commerce at Wychwood Park GC.
Using a five iron, he pitched the ball six inches from the notoriously tricky sixth hole. It bounced once and dropped in.
Rob, who works for Stephen Talbot Advertising in Crewe, said: 'I lost sight of the ball as soon as I hit it. The first thing I knew about it was when my teammates mobbed me.'
The tournament raised £1,500 for children's charity Climb, a national organisation for children living with inherited metabolic diseases.
Rob was part of a team put forward by commercial printers Printing House, who went on to win the competition.
Jon Cann, manager at Wychwood, added: 'This is a tremendous achievement as the sixth is our signature hole and is by far the hardest short hole on the course.'
Meanwhile, at Queen's Park GC, Ray Foster (83-17=66) won the Sunday Strokeplay event, pipping David Leslie (75-8=67), who had won the Midweek Stableford from Bill Harris.
At Crewe GC, Paul Cooke won the club's Twos Competition on countback, beating Tony O'Reilly and Andy Grunner.