Tan bounched back with a respectable 207 to regain the lead as Han managed only 185 to slip 20 pins behind Tan. With 1140 from five games, Tan needed only 178 or more to overhaul Squad 1 leader, Brandon Ong of Singapore, who has 1318.
The leader kept his composure to end the squad with 212 to clinch the gold medal with 1352. William Clark of Australia, who was fifth before the sixth and final game, knocked down a stunning 280 to snatch the silver medal with 1334.
Park also ended strongly with 269 to claim the bronze medal with 1326. Ong was unlucky to miss the podium by just eight pins to end up fourth overall. Han finished fifth with 1309 while Muhammad Syazirol of Malaysia rounded out the top five with 1282.
Meanwhile, Squad 1 leader of the Girl's division, Cheang Lok In remained unbeaten with 1263 to win the first-ever gold medal for Macau. Singapore's Jermaine Seah and Charlene Lim, who were battling for the lead of the second squad, needed 228 and 237 or more in their final game to overhaul Cheang for the gold.