Lee pocketed the top prize of 120,000 Thai baht as champion with Park earning an additional 60,000 baht as first runner-up. Hwang celebrated his 20th birthday by earning 30,000 baht as second runner-up.
Meanwhile, 2010 World Bowling Writers Hall of Famer and two-time PBA Player of the Year, Mika Koivuniemi of Finland triumphed in the Senior Masters with a 6-game total of 1335. The Finn, who took over the lead after the fourth game, had to fend off a strong challenge from 2008 ABF Tour TOC winner, Andrew Frawley for the victory.
The Aussie settled for second position with 1320, 15 pins from the champion. Macau's Cheng Peng Sheng rolled a big game of 257 in his final game to snatch third position with 1317. 2010 Indonesia Open champion, Hsieh Chin-Liang of Chinese Taipei finished fourth with 1232.
Pollakit Thanasang of Thailand completed the top five with 1231. Koivuniemi won 40,000 baht for his effort with 20,000 baht going to Frawley and 10,000 baht to Cheng.