Following the terrorist attacks on Paris on Friday night that left more than 120 people dead, several players teeing it up at this week's BMW Masters showed their support for the victims by wearing black ribbons during Saturday's third round at Lake Malaren Golf Club in Shanghai.
Sergio Garcia, Patrick Reed, Henrik Stenson, Paul Casey, Tommy Fleetwood and Frenchman Alexander Levy were among the players wearing ribbons on Saturday. Benjamin Hebert, another France native, wore a black ribbon and also wrote in black sharpie, "Pray for" on the front bill of his hat, and "Paris" on the back (as seen in photo).
Other professional golfers - both men and women - took to social media to share their support and prayers for Paris.
Shocked about what just happened back home in Europe. Way more important things in life than golf today. #PrayForParis— Martin Kaymer (@MKaymer59) November 14, 2015
So sad to hear the news in Paris. My thoughts and prayers go out to all those affected. Totally senseless. #TodosSomosParis— Brooks Koepka (@BKoepka) November 14, 2015
Those are awful news from Paris. Let's all send them LOVE and STRENGTH and PEACE. It starts with each of us. pic.twitter.com/5M8vMUMvVc— Sandra Gal (@TheSandraGal) November 14, 2015