Family and friends of Seve Ballesteros walked in a funeral procession from Seve's childhood home to the local church in Pedrena, Spain on Wednesday to honor the late legend.
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Seve's eldest son, Javier, carried his father's remains while leading the procession to the church. Javier was flanked by sister Carmen, left, and younger brother Miguel, right.
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Many European golf luminaries were in attendance to pay their respects to Ballesteros, whose 50 European Tour wins still stand as the most by any player. From left to right, European Tour Chief Executive George O'Grady, Nick Faldo, Roger Chapman and Colin Montgomerie.
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Close friend, countryman and Ryder Cup teammate Jose Maria Olazabal attended the service.
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Fellow Spanish golfer Miguel Angel Jimenez was also in attendance.
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The church's 400-person capacity was quickly filled on Wednesday. Crowds of people who did not make it inside watched a live video feed of the service from three large screens outside the church.
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Local residents put up signs, Spanish flags and black ribbons throughout the town to mark the occasion.
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