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Johnny Reay, aged 15, who has Apert's syndrome, in action on the course and (below, second left) at the fundraising day with (from left) his dad John, Limo Gomez, George Curtis, David Burton and John Sillett.
Unfortunately, the reality is very different - Honey was born with Apert's Syndrome, a condition that stops bones developing normally.
James, who lives with his family in Rainhill, was diagnosed with a rare disorder called Apert's Syndrome.
From his recessed cheek bones and prominent eyes to the three large, fleshy fingers on each hand - all characteristics of Apert's Syndrome - the 15-year-old is unlike any of the ballplayers he idolizes.
Hayley, from Solihull, West Midlands, has Apert's Syndrome, which caused deformities in the bone structure of her head, hands and feet.
There were numerous children with syndromes including Apert's syndrome and Pierre-Robin sequence as well as children with other chromosomal abnormalities.
So thorough preoperative evaluation, a proper anaesthesia plan as well as a backup for difficult airway management is very important in the management of children with Apert's syndrome.