Team New Zealand won The FCC Nations Cup held last month at the Angkor Golf Resort in Siem Reap.
Team New Zealand took an early lead on the first day of play and kept it until the end, topping the leaderboard with a score of 127. The UK/Singapore/Malaysia team finished in second place with a score of 108, followed by Team USA, which scored a respectable 101.
“What’s our agenda here?” asked Asian Senior Tour events manager Chuan Campbell, who was representing Singapore in the cup. “The fundamental thing is good golfers … and even bad golfers, going out to drink beer and have fun,” he explained.
Six teams representing eight countries participated in the tournament. In addition to New Zealand, the countries of France, Canada, Thailand, England, Singapore, Malaysia and The United States were also represented.
Canada won the inaugural tournament held in October last year.
The next FCC Nations Cup is scheduled for October 2010.
From left: Raphael Guillien and Ben Janclose of The FCC, and Adam Robertson, Angkor Golf Resort operations manager
Seven teams participated, representing seven different countries.
Mr Guillen on the links.