There was simply no stopping the Korean left-hander as she romped home with 221 and 206 to end the squad in the lead with 1330. Denmark's Mai Ginge Jensen stormed home with 244 and 256 in her last two games to tie second spot with Chan on 1312.
2017 ABF Tour Macau leg champion, Putty Armein of Indonesia also ended strongly to snatch fourth spot with 1272. Shannon Pluhowsky of United States completed the top 5 with 1271 as Alvarex Agulera and De Rooij faded off to finish sixth and seventh positions with 1255 and 1252 respectively.
Indonesia's three other women national bowlers, Nadia Pramanik, Aldila Indryati and Novie Phang ended their campaign in a lowly 30th, 37th and 48th positions out of the 88 players in this squad. The remaining two women, Sharon Limansantoso and Tannya Roumimper are in the second squad.
The second Women's Singles squad will take to the lanes after maintenance and the combined scores of both the squads will determine the top 4 advancing to the Semi-finals to be held on Tuesday, November 26.