Pete Till, club member and amateur dramatics enthusiast, got in to the spirit of one of the main events for the week, Dress Down Friday, by putting on his panto gear for a round.
Pete, pictured left with Phil Gibson, is set to play the dame in the Rugeley Musical Theatre Company’s panto this year.
It was just one of series of events aimed at showing that the club does things a little bit differently with an emphasis on enjoying golf.
The week was arranged immediately after the British Open to encourage people who had watched the professionals on TV to come along to the course.
The other events involved: Rounds Not Pounds where the cost of a round was the total score in pence of Open Champion winner Darren Clarke, £2.75; Need 4 Speed with the shortest time and lowest score deciding the winner; a ladies and kids play free day with a FREE taster lesson and a range of prizes; Golfer non-Golfer where the golfer played to the green and the non-golfer putted as well as Dress down Friday, where dress regulations did not apply and included a prize for the best dressed.