The 29-year-old Tackett, who owns 9 PBA titles since joining the pro ranks in 2012, set a blistering pace with an opening game of 280 to lead KPBA's Park Kyungsin by 21 pins. Korea's Seo Hyeonjin and KPBA's Yun Eeojin trailed in third and fourth with 256 and 255 respectively.
The American leader added another sizzling game of 267 to extend his lead to 49 pins as 2014 Incheon Asian Games multiple gold medallist, Lee Nayoung of Korea National team moved into second spot with games of 243 and 239.
Tackett continued his fine run with 225, 223 before ending with 227 to win the squad with 1222, averaging 244.4. Another KPBA women, Yeom Hyegyeong held second spot briefly before a second KPBA women, Jeong Hojeong stormed home with 269 and 246 to snatch second with 1217, just 5 pins adrift the leader.
JBC's Tomoyuki Sasaki rolled back-to-back 238 to take third spot with 1156 while KPBA's Kim Goun and Lee Seungnam completed the top 5 with 1145 and 1143 respectively. The cut at 11th position in this squad went to Hwang Munjeong of KPBA with 1111, avaraging less than the opening squad.