ahadzir was not too consistent with 211, 166 and 236 but clinched second position with 1683. Phatcharapol ended strongest with 192, 203 ans 229 to capture the title with 1700. Tong missed the podium taking up fourth with 1668.
The champion won 120,000 Thai baht (approx. US$3,770) along with a trophy. Mahadzir took home 60,000 baht and Saharat settled for 30,000 baht. Prizes were awarded up to 13th position.
Meanwhile 82-year-old Japanese women, Aiko Itagaki upset her stronger male opponenets to capture the Senior Masters crown with 1373, thanks to 60-pin handicap allocated to the champion due to her age.
Hairon Awang took the early lead when the Singaporean veteran shot 243 in his opening game but Itagaki soon took over the running after the second game. Macau's Cheng Peng Sheng trailed Itagaki throughout the five games and eventually finished second with 1271.