The champion, who was the second runner-up in the Chinese Taipei Open early this month, made amends and did not let the title slipped his hands as he cruised to a convincing victory. Granger had earlier topped the second block finals with 3582 ahead of fist block leader, Ricky Duenas of Guam in second on 3544.
In the first stepladder match amongst fourth-seed, Jonathan Duenas of Guam, fifth-seed Sixto Sengson of the Philippines and sixth-seed, Jay Leon Guerrero of Guam, Guerrero took the match with 215 to defeat Duenas and Sengson, who scored 207 and 170.
But Guerrero was no match for third-seed and fellow compatriot, Brian Manibusan. Manibusan easily won the second match to knock out second-seed, Ricky Duenas and Guerrero with a superb 268 whilst Ricky Duenas and Guerrero managed only 148 and 178 respectively.