Cape Town - Spanish golfer Sergio Garcia hosted 'Sergio and Friends' charity tournament on Monday at the Bad Ragaz Grand Resort in Switzerland.
Coming just a day after The Open Championship, top golfers including the Claret Jug winner Henrik Stenson was present and flew in from Royal Troon to Switzerland to contribute to the various foundations, including the Sergio Garcia Foundation.
Stenson won his first major title at the Open on Sunday, as he ended off with a record-equalling round of 63 and a total of 264 to fend off Phil Mickelson.
Garcia finished tied for fifth (280) with Rory McIlroy, who was also present at the charity golfing day.
The Spanish golfer took over the European Tour Instagram account and posted a video and a selfie with a host of noble golfing attendees, including Stenson and McIlroy positioned behind him.
Stenson was seen smiling alongside Rickie Fowler and 2015 Open champion Zach Johnson and managed to help Garcia in raising around $1 million.
The golfers in the picture include: Billy Horschel, Justin Thomas, Justin Rose, Adam Scott, David Feherty, Bernd Weisberger, Rafael Cabrera Bello, Alexander Levy, Henrik Stenson, Lee Westwood, Nicolas Colsaerts, Thomas Bjorn, Rickie Fowler, Zach Johnson, Rory McIlroy, Gary Woodland, Sergio Garcia, Luke Donald, Jose Maria Olazabal.