VIDEO: Golfers try to pick up golf balls with chopsticks
John Daly, Lee Westwood, and Miguel Angel Jimenez take part in the Chopsticks Challenge and the results are hilarious.
Golf is making its annual swing around Asia and the European Tour thought it would be a good time to put some guys up against the Chopsticks Challenge.
The game (as you can see above) is to move as many golf balls from the first bucket into the second one in one minute only using a set of chopsticks.
I personally support Nicolas Colsaerts' move of just picking up the first bucket with the sticks and trying to dump it into the second. That's ingenious.
Also, what is Miguel Angel Jimenez bad at? He tied for first with Liang Wen-chong with 22 golf balls.
John Daly withdrew, which is also hilarious, since he was the only one to do so. His "how you supposed to hold 'em" at the 22-second mark was killer.
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