Meanwhile Malaysia swept the top three positions of the Women's Open division after top seed, Siti Safiyah Amirah had to work hard to beat compatriot and challenger, Shalin Zulkifli 253-182 in the all-Malaysia second match to win the title.
The 26-year-old Siti Safiyah lost the first match, 197-226 to Zulkifli but bounced back in the second to take victory. Zulkifli had earlier ousted team-mate and second-seed, Sin Li Jane and third-seed, Shannon Pluhowsky of USA, 216-201-186 in the semi-final to face the top seed.
Zulkifli, who was seeded fifth, also eliminated fourth-seed, Jasmine Yeong-Nathan of Singapore and a fifth Malaysian, Esther Cheah, 204-180-194 in the opening stepladder match.
Siti Safiyah won 70 million rupiah (approx. US$5,300) as champion while Zulkifli settled for 35 million rupiah and Sin pocketed 17.5 million. Pluhowsky, Cheah and Yeong-Nathan picked up 10, 8 and 7 million respectively.
The champion earned top seed after winning the earlier Stage 2 finals with 1854 followed by Sin in second with 1838 and Pluhowsky third with 1812. Yeong-Nathan, Zulkifli and Cheah booked their stepladder finals places in fourth to sixth positions.