Meanwhile, 2010 Philippine Open first runner-up and top seed, Lara Posadas finally won her first Philippine Open title with an easy straight-set victory over second seed and winner of the semi-finals, Iliya Syamin of Singapore, 232-209 and 188-166 in the title match.
Posadas, who also rolled 300 during her qualifying rounds, won 200,000 pesos (approx. US$4,000) and the champion's trophy. She had earlier topped the Ladies' Open Round 2 finals with 1692, 73 pins ahead of her nearest rival. Syamin, who defeated team-mate, Jermaine Seah, 223-203 in the all-Singapore semi-finals, settled for 100,000 pesos.
The first runner-up was second with 1675 in Round 2 finals while third seed, Seah, who total 1615, took home 50,000 pesos. 2008 Philippine Open Ladies' champion, Krizziah Tabora missed the cut for the stepladder finals by 37 pins with 1582.