Belgian Thomas Pieters took to Twitter on Tuesday morning to support victims in his country's capital following terrorist attacks in Brussels. Pieters, a 24-year-old NCAA champion at Illinois and a two-time European Tour winner, is in the field for this week's WGC-Dell Match Play Championship in Austin, Texas. Fellow players offered thoughts and prayers as well on social media.
All my thoughts to my people back home who got hit by this tragedy.— Thomas Pieters (@Thomas_Pieters) March 22, 2016
Very sad to see what's happening in Brussels. Thoughts and prayers to all.#thisneedstostop— Branden Grace (@BrandenGrace) March 22, 2016
Sickening to wake up to the #BrusselsAttacks . Thoughts and prayers to the victims, families, and people of Belgium— Jordan Spieth (@JordanSpieth) March 22, 2016
My thoughts are with everyone in Belgium #prayforbrussels— Paul Casey (@Paul_Casey) March 22, 2016
Can't we all just get along? Gut wrenching to see innocent lives being taken for no reason. Thoughts and prayers with Brussels today..— Patrick Rodgers (@PRodgersGolf) March 22, 2016
So sad to see what happened in Belgium this morning. Thoughts and prayers for the victims and their families. #JeSuisBruxelles— Sergio Garcia (@TheSergioGarcia) March 22, 2016