Meanwhile, all five Indonesian men failed to make through their opening round. Ryan Lalisang was beaten by newly-crowned Indonesia Open champion, Ahmad Muaz of Malaysia, 233-239. Yeri Ramadona lost to Muhd Nur Aiman of Malaysia, 203-253.
Fachri Ibnu Askar was beaten by Lee Tak Man of Macau, 201-266, Oscar was defeated by Syafiq Ridhwan of Malaysia, 189-245 and Billy M Islam lost to Kim Bolleby of Thailand 222-245.
In the all-lefty final, China leg second runner-up, Remy Ong won his first tour title after beating Bolleby, 254-210 to pocket the US$1,000 prize money and a trophy. Ong's victory here earned him 75 points to finish third in the men's ranking.
Yousif Falah of Bahrain topped the ranking with 210 points while back-to-back Chinese Taipei and Hong Kong leg champion, Michael Mak of Hong Kong finished second with 203 points. Lalisang finished fourth to become the only Indonesia to qualify for the Tournment of Champions.
Macau leg champion, Daisuke Yoshida made the top 16 cut in 16th position with 75 points ahead of China leg champion, Mi Zhong Li of China, who also had 75 points. But the Japanese is ranked higher due to higher average.