Team North Asia wins with 199 points in total – second and third places go to the teams from New Zealand with 195 points and Germany with 192 points
Martin Kaymer, face of the MercedesTrophy, presented the awards
31 national teams from all over the world teed off in Stuttgart
The MercedesTrophy World Final 2015 took place from 1 – 6 October in Stuttgart. The 31 best teams qualified for the highlight, staged in the home city of the brand for which it is named, from a starting line-up of over 60,000 participants in over 60 countries.
The team from North Asia, with players from Vietnam, Hong Kong and Taiwan, were the winners of this year's Nations Cup, with a total of 199 points. Second place went to the team from New Zealand with 195 points followed by the team from Germany with 192 points. The winners of the Team Spirit Award, chosen from amongst their ranks by the other competitors, came from South Africa. The awards were presented by Martin Kaymer, Mercedes-Benz brand ambassador and the face of the MercedesTrophy.
The highest individual points scored in the MercedesTrophy World Final were achieved by the following players: Jack Dukeminier from the United States was the overall winner with 70 points. The best result in Class A was achieved by Blake Clanton, also from Team USA, with 72 points. Class B was won by Yao Sung from North Asia with 74 points. Kim Hiang Soo from Team South Asia scored a total of 73 points to win Class C.