"This one hurts, it was a difficult day," said Barnes disappointingly, who has now lost the Masters three times as top-seed. "I was mover nervous today for the final than I have been in a long time.
Fagan advance to the championship match by ousting 2003 Masters champion, Bryon Smith of Roseburg, Ore., 228-180. In the opening match, Smith came from behind to beat Dan MacLelland of Canada, 251-212 to face Fagan.
Barnes received US$25,000 as runner-up for the third time while Smith won US$15,000 for third place and MacLelland settled for US$10,000 for fourth place.