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Sir Ian Botham
One of the true greats of international cricket, Sir Ian played 102 tests and 116 one dayers in a 15-year career for England. Known as Beefy, he still holds the record for the highest number of wickets taken by an England bowler with 383. A talented sportsman, Sir Ian will be right at home at The Hills having had previous experience of the Pro-Am format at the Dunhill Links Championship.
The undoubted star of New Zealand golf, Lydia has smashed records almost at will during a stunning amateur career. She became the youngest player ever to win a professional event at just 14-years-old, with victory at the 2012 NSW Open and is also the youngest to win an LPGA Tour event following her triumph at the 2012 Canadian Women's Open as a 15-year-old.
One of the characters of international cricket, Rigor started his career as a left arm spin bowler but made his mark as an opening batsman for New Zealand. He eventually finished with a test career average of 44.77 runs. Has traded in his pads for a career in the media as host of A Crowd Goes Wild on Prime TV and the breakfast show on Radio Sport.
Sir Bob Charles