Henrik Stenson played in Sergio Garcia's charity event in Switzerland the day after winning the British Open
Henrik Stenson just put together one of the best major-championship performances of all-time. And what did he do to celebrate? At least on Monday morning, the British Open champion made good on his commitment to attend Sergio Garcia's charity event in Switzerland.
There was quite the group of high-profile golfers who traveled from Troon to Switzerland for the event -- in addition to the British Open champ, Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose, Rickie Fowler, Zach Johnson, Luke Donald, Justin Thomas, Rafa Cabrera-Bello, Lee Westwood and even David Feherty were in attendance.
You might think Henrik Stenson would've stayed up all night celebrating his victory at Royal Troon. Well, we're sure there was some fun had on the flight from Scotland to Switzerland after his numerous commitments with the claret jug in his possession.
Sergio, for one, showed his appreciation for his Ryder Cup teammate making the haul to the Grand Resort Bad Ragaz in the Swiss mountains.
Stenson is known as one of the truly funny and good guys in golf. Appearing in an event for charity just hours after one of the biggest moments in his life only seems to confirm that notion.
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