A motivator both on and off the course, who could likely do more sit ups than all of his guests combined, inspired more than three dozen of the world’s top-ranked players to lend their support to The Berenberg Gary Player Invitational. Monday at Wentworth Golf Club, the LPGA’s Joanna Klatten, Caroline Masson and Mel Reid took part in the pro-am competition that helped raise money for the Gary Player Foundation. Klatten competed alongside the PGA Tour’s Branden Grace and she led the professional leaderboard with 42 points. Her team finished tied for first. Masson teamed up with Jamie Donaldson and Reid played with Bernard Langer. The Gary Player Foundation has raised more than $63 million dollars over the last three decades.