France shot a tournament-total seven under par (423) to win the 2010 Men’s World Amateur Team Championship in Buenos Aires, Argentina on Sunday.
Denmark (-3) captured silver, the country’s first ever medal at the event, while the United States (-2) took home bronze. New Zealand (+5) and Scotland (+6) rounded out the top five, while Ireland (+9) and Germany (+10) placed sixth and seventh, respectively.
Team Canada’s trio of Eugene Wong of Vancouver (67-75-72), Albin Choi of Toronto (70-77-81) and Cam Burke of New Hamburg, Ont. (75-76-87) began the day in sixth, but shot a disappointing final-round nine over par to finish at 11 over (441) and tie for eighth.
Wong shot a final-round 72 and finished the tournament at one under to tie for fourth in individual standings.
Choi had a final round nine–over 81, while Burke carded an 87 at Buenos Aires Golf Club.
Choi finished with a share of 57th position at 13-over par, while Burke tied for 132nd at 23 over par.