Gary Player

One of the greatest players in the history of the game, Gary Player won nine majors and nine senior majors, he is the only golfer ever to complete the senior Grand Slam. The South African was instrumental in turning golf into a truly global sport, while his legendary dietary and fitness regimes laid the blueprint for the modern professional game to follow. At the age of 74, Player still has unlimited energy, which he channels into his successful course design business and pioneering environmental projects.


Paul Casey

England's Paul Casey burst onto the professional scene in 2000 following an extremely successful amateur career that culminated in a record individual performance at the 1999 Walker Cup. During his first full year on Tour, the big hitting English men claimed a maiden Tour victory at the Gleneagles Scottish PGA on his way to finishing 22nd in the order of Merit... read more


Ian Poulter

One of the most easily recognisable players on Tour, Ian Poulter brings plenty of colour and youthful exuberance to the International golfing fairways. Poulter a former graduate of the Challenge Tour announced himself on to the International golf scene with a maiden Tour victory in the 2000 Italian Open... read more


Colin Montgommerie

Colin Montgomerie is one of his generation’s most recognisable and endearing sports stars and is a true statesman of golf. Over the last two decades Colin has emerged as the undisputed leading European golfer. Colin, known affectionately to millions around the world as “Monty”, is one of Britain’s most admired sportsmen and has held centre stage in numerous tournament victories.... read more


Carly Booth

Great things have been expected of Carly Booth since becoming the youngest ladies' club champion in Britain at the age of 11 at Dunblane New. At 12, she played with Sandy Lyle in the British Masters Pro-Am and at 14 she appeared in her first professional event, the Ladies Scottish Open, and finished 13th... read more




Dwight Yorke

Dwight Yorke was first discovered by Graham Taylor, at the time the Aston Villa manager, who was on a tour of the West Indies in 1989. Yorke appeared in a team that played a friendly match against Aston Villa, Taylor was impressed and offered Yorke a trial. Yorke was subsequently given a permanent contract and he made his First Division debut for Aston Villa... read more


Glenn Ralph

Ralph enjoyed his finest year as a professional in 2009, capturing his maiden professional title in the Cleveland Golf/SrixonScottish Senior Open and finishing fourth in the Senior Tour Order of Merit. Attributed his improvement in form to changes to his swing forced upon him by a broken ankle suffered in a swimming pool accident while on holiday in Mauritius... read more


Henrietta Zuel

As Henni sat captivated by the images of José María Olazábal slipping on the Green Jacket at the 1999 Masters, she realised what she wanted to do. “After I watched that I said to my mum, ‘I want to be a professional golfer.’” A few years and cut-down 9 iron later, Henni was off scratch and playing competitive golf in the US and in Hong Kong... read more


Matteo Manassero

In May 2010, Matteo turned professional two weeks after his 17th birthday and made his official European Tour debut at the BMW Italian Open. In his first three months as a professional, Matteo finished 2nd place at the Challenge Tour’s Rolex Trophy in August (carding thirty-one birdies to finish 21-under-par for the tournament) and 3rd place in the Omega European Masters.... read more


Thomas Bjorn

As the winner of the 1995 Challenge Tour season, Thomas claimed his place on the 1996 European Tour and as early as his second European event, the Dubai Desert Classic, he started to prove his ability by gaining a 7th place finish... read more


Zinzan Brooke

Zinzan Brooke is credited with being one of the greatest players ever to grace the field, and to many, he is the world’s best-ever Number 8. His excellent all-round abilities – combining the attributes of a backline player with the strength and agility of a forward, coupled with his competitive approach -- meant Zinzan became an icon of world rugby.... read more

Alexander Noren

Alexander secured his maiden European Tour title by winning the 2009 Omega European Masters in Switzerland, holing a difficult bunker shot for an eagle three at the long 15th to win by two strokes. It was a shot that won him his second successive European Tour Shot of the Month award. His win in the first qualifying event for The 2010 Ryder Cup team was watched by a crowd which included second man on the moon Buzz Aldrin... read more


Henrik Stenson

Henrik Stenson a Swedish professional golfer. He turned professional in 1999, and joined the European Tour in 2001, and won his first tournament during his first season: The Benson & Hedges International Open. His second success on the Tour happened three years later when he won the Heritage at Woburn in the UK in 2004... read more


Faris Al Mazrui

Faris Al Mazrui is a member of the UAE national team who discovered his passion for golf at the age of 12 and has been playing since. He has participated in a number of golfing tournaments including the World Junior Golf Championship in 2000, the GCC Golf Championship for three years running from 2001, the Pan-Arab Golf Championship from 2003-5, the Eissenhower Golf Trophy in 2004-06-08, and the Nomura Cup in 2009.


Allan Lamb

One of the most colourful personalities in cricket, Lamb played 79 test matches for England during a fine career as a batsman in which he averaged 48.95 runs per innings. Born in South Africa but with English heritage, Lamb played first class cricket for Western Province before moving to England. He was named Wisden Cricketer of the Year in 1981, and now plies his trade as a respected cricket analyst.


Victor Matfield

Victor Matfield (born 11 May 1977 in Pietersburg South Africa) is a South African rugby union player for the Springbok rugby team as well as the Blue Bulls in the Currie Cup and the Bulls franchise in the Super 14. He is generally considered one of the best locks in the world and has had a long successful partnership with Springbok and Blue Bulls team mate Bakkies Botha.


Gavin Hastings

Andrew Gavin Hastings, born 3 January 1962 in Edinburgh is a former Scotland rugby union player. He is frequently considered one of the best, if not the best, rugby player to come out of Scotland. His nickname is “Big Gav”.He has played for Watsonians, Cambridge University, Scotland and the British and Irish Lions and was one of the outstanding rugby union players of his generation, winning 61 caps for Scotland, 20 of which as captain.


Ines Sastre

Sastre’s career started at the age of 12, when she was selected for a fast-food commercial with McDonald’s. Her first movie appearance occurred in 1988 in El Dorado by Carlos Saura. In 1989, she was awarded the look of the year by the Elite Model Agency group. Sastre is a UNICEF ambassador. She enjoys golf and has played in the Gary Player Invitational charity pro-am several times in South Africa to help raise funds for needy children.


Lee Sharpe

Lee Sharpe is a retired English football player who joined Manchester United as a youngster in 1988 and played for the club between 1988 and 1996. He has won a total of eight caps for England.