Europe's top golfers take part in the Mannequin Challenge

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The stars of the European golf tour are the latest to take part in the popular Mannequin Challenge.

The latest internet craze, that seemingly stemmed from America, has swept through social media and has recently taken over the sporting world.

From cheerleaders, to football teams, to basketball team, and even to political world, the Mannequin Challenge is the latest craze.


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We've had the Harlem Shake, we've had the Ice Bucket Challenge, we've had the no makeup selfie, and now we have standing still whilst being filmed.

When will the internet crazes end?

Recently, the challenge has taken over the golf world.

Players, caddies, and staff all took time from their preparations for the season-ending DP World Tour Championship in Dubai to bring us this superbly executed attempt.

A number of recognisable faces from the world of golf are present during this large-scale production.

The video begins in the changing room, with people drinking from the Claret Jug, and ends with Henrik Stenson on the putting green.

We have a number of stars pulling off various poses, including the much coveted and infamous dab, which was made famous by a certain Paul Pogba.

Words don’t do it justice, so sit back and enjoy what has to be one of the best versions of the Mannequin challenge we have ever seen.

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