FIJI finished last during the 2013 Australian Master of Amateurs Championship in Melbourne.
The national side with Olaf Allen Jr and Anuresh Chandra were aiming for a top five finish after being placed fourth at the halfway mark, but faltered in the final two rounds.
Airports Fiji Limited fireman Chandra failed to support Allen Jr who was three under after 36 holes.
Chandra carded the second worst score of the tournament in round three with 15 over par 87 and then followed it up with 11 over par 83 to finish the 72 holes tournament with a score of 34 over par 322. He was placed third last on the individual leader board.
After an impressive two rounds Allen Jr failed to maintain his consistency. He scored five over par 77 in round three and seven over par 79 in round four and finished with a total of nine over par 297. Allen Jr was tied for 23rd.
The combined total of the two players was 619 which handed Fiji the wooden spoon position.
Australia and the United States of America were tied at the top with 581 followed by China 586, Canada 589, England 591, Mexico 599, Sweden 599, New Zealand 601, Scotland 605 and Germany 606.
Australia's leading junior golfer, 17-year-old Viraat Badhwar won the individual category. Badhwar scored nine under par 279.
He won by two shots from overnight leader and fellow countryman Brady Watt.