Park earned the top prize of 330,000 Thai baht (approx. US$10,600) and a trophy. Third-seed Tun Hakim, who defeated seond-seed, Han Jae Hyeon of Korea and winner of the first match, Mika Koivuniemi of Finland, 241-225-186 in the semi-final match, took home 165,000 baht.
Four-seed and Senior Masters champion, Koivuniemi ousted fifth-seed, Syafiq Ridhwan of Malaysia and sixth-seed, Michael Mak of Hong Kong 244-213-218 in the first match to advance to the semi.
Han pocketed 80,000 baht while the Koivuniemi, Mak and Syafiq picked up 42,000, 25,000 and 20,000 baht respectively.
Han finished second to Park in the Round 3 finals with 1381 followed by Tun Hakim in third with 1364. Koivuniemi, Syafiq and Mak made the stepladder finals with 1334, 1305 and 1303. 2017 PBA-WBT World Bowling Tour Thailand champion, Yannaphon Larpapharat of Thailand missed the cut by 19 pins in seventh position.