Meanwhile, 2011 ABF Tour Macau leg women's champion, Julia Lam led the Women's Open local pool with a superb 1321 followed by Filomena Choi in second with 1243. Un Im Cheng completed the top 3 with 1219. Ex-international and 2009 Macau-China Open second runner-up, Joey Yip of Hong Kong led the overseas pool with 1395.
2015 Macau-China Open champion, Lee Young Seung of Korean National Sports University finished second with 1376 ahead of her team-mate, Kim Su Bin in third with 1278. Like the men's division, the top three local and top three overseas qualifiers will earn automatic entry into the second round of the Masters finals.
The rest of the 24 qualifiers comprising of one from the local seeded pool, local qualifiers positioned 5 to 7, overseas qualifiers positioned 4 to 9 plus 13 qualifiers from the mixed pool together with the defending champion will contest the 8-games first round on Friday, June 23.