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Scott Drummond Pro

Drummond was born in Shrewsbury in England. He played amateur golf for England but decided to represent Scotland, the country of his father, when he turned professional in 1996. In 2004 he claimed a win in the prestigious Volvo PGA Championship, which catapulted him 340 places, from 435th to 95th in the world rankings and gave him a five year exemption on the European Tour.He ended the season in 23rd place on the Order of Merit, and was selected as the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year

Gary Boyd Pro

An English professional golfer who currently plays on the European Tour. He turned professional in 2007 and had a strong start to the 2009 Challenge Tour season, recording his first win at the Tusker Kenya Open. He followed that by finishing as runner-up to Edoardo Molinari at the Piemonte Open, to lead the Challenge Tour Rankings at the end of May. He had a good first season on the European Tour in 2010, the highlight being a runner-up finish at the Czech Open and he finished 50th on the Order of Merit.

Jamie Abbott Pro

Born in Suffolk in 1987, Jamie Abbott has risen through the ranks from junior to professional, and is highly regarded as one of East Anglia’s most promising talents. Jamie made an impressive start to his career with a second-place finish at his very first EuroPro Tour event, the 2010 Veka Open at DeVere Slaley Hall.

John E Morgan Pro

After being largely overlooked as an amateur, Morgan turned professional in 2002, and won the Charles Church European Challenge Tour Championship on his way to graduating from the Challenge Tour to theEuropean Tour. At the suggestion of his manager, Eddie Hearn, Morgan entered the PGA Tour qualifying school, and survived all three stages, finishing tied for 11th at the School finals to earn playing privileges in the United States.

Greig Hutcheon Pro

Greig Hutcheon, the main man in Scottish pro golf in recent years playing out of Banchory Golf Club, has signed a deal with the Paul Lawrie Golf Centre to represent the Aberdeen venue in 2014. Hutcheon, winner of the Gleneagles Scottish PGA title last year when he was the Tartan Tour’s leading money-winner and Order of Merit winner, is the highest ranked PGA Professional in GB&I since winning the PGA play-offs title in Turkey late last year.

Johnathan Joseph AKA DJ Spoony

Spoonys career started being part of the ‘Dreem Team’ with Timmi Magic and Mikee B, They went on to win a prestigious Sony award in their first year 2000. From 2003 till 2006 Spoony hosted the Weekend Breakfast show on Radio 1 and become the local legend. For over 7 years he has been resident DJ at the UK's top Garage and R'n'B club night 'Twice as Nice'. Spoony enjoys playing golf and is a big fan of sport in general.

Matt Le Tissier

A Guernsey-born English former professional footballer and football television presenter. He works as a football pundit for Sky Sports and is the honorary president of Guernsey F.C. Le Tissier spent his entire professional club career with Southampton and gained eight caps for the England national football team before turning to non-League football in 2002. His loyalty garnering special affection from Southampton's fans who nicknamed him "Le God".

Dean Saunders

A former Welsh international footballer. He was a high profile Premier League player in the 1990s for both Liverpool and Aston Villa, He began at his hometown club Swansea City before also playing for Brighton, Oxford United, Bradford City, Nottingham Forest and Sheffield United as well as spells abroad at both Galatasaray and Benfica. He was capped 75 times at senior level for Wales between 1986 and 2001, scoring 22 times - making him one of the nation's highest scoring and most capped players of all time.

Frank McAvennie

Francis "Frank" McAvennie (born 22 November 1959) is a Scottish former football striker best known as a player with West Ham United and Celtic, having had two spells with both of these clubs. With Celtic he won the Scottish Football League Premier Division in 1987-88 and the Scottish Cup also in 1988. He was capped five times at senior level for Scotland during the 1980s, scoring one goal.

Alan McInally

Alan McInally is one of only a small proportion of Scottish international footballers who have had the honour of plying their trade beyond the confines of the British Isles – the physical forward won trophies in Scotland and England before making the move into Central Europe with German giants Bayern Munich. Alan is now a regular on Sky Sports 'Soccer Saturday'.

Allen McKnight

A Northern Irish former international footballer who played professionally in Northern Ireland, Scotland, England, and Hong Kong as a goalkeeper. He began his senior career in 1984 with Distillery, and he also played for Celtic, Albion Rovers, West Ham United, Airdrieonians, Stockport County, Rotherham United, Walsall, South China and Exeter City

Kieron Dyer

English former footballer who played as a midfielder. From Ipswich he was sold to newscastle for £6m, at the time the highest fee paid for an Ipswich player, and made nearly 200 appearances for Newcastle between 1999 and 2007. Kieron then played for West Ham, QRR and Middlesbrough. He has represented England on 33 occasions and was a member of the England squads at the 2002 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2004.