"I made a lot of mistakes in yesterday's Macau Open second round finals and I finished 13th," said the 28-year-old, who won his first tour title back in 2010 in Hong Kong and most recently first runner-up in last week's Hong Kong Open.
"Today I made sure I do not repeat those mistake and this victory made up for the disappointment in Hong Kong."
The champion trashed newly-crowned Macau Open champion, Tomoyuki Sasaki of Japan, 246-183 in the first men's semi-final match to reach the final. He also eliminated Lau Kwun Ho of Hong Kong, 201-176 in the second round.
Lee beat Mohammed Janahi of Bahrain, 218-192 in the second semi-final match to face Ramadona. The runner-up ousted Surasak Manuwong of Thailand, 224-193 in the second round to advance to the semi.
Mr Lao Cho Un, Acting Vice President of Macau Sport Development Board and Mr Winston Chan, Vice President of Macau-China Bowling Association presented the trophies to the champions.
This year's ABF Tour consists of nine legs - five in the Middle East without women division and four in East Asia with women division. Three more stops remain after Macau which will be in UAE and Indonesia and Saudi Arabia. Bowlers earn points in each of the leg contested and the top 16 men and top 16 women in the rankings will qualify for the ABF Tour Tournament of Champions.
For further information and details, please contact ABF Tour Committee at Tel: +852 2893 6039, Fax: +852 2893 6290; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photos by Terence Yaw in Macau.