The champion reached the finals after beating Tannya Roumimper of Indonesia, 224-204 in the second semi-final match while Hee had an easy victory over another Indonesian, Novie Phang, 191-148 in the first semi.
Koh scrapped through the opening round beating Thitima Thongsaard of Thailand, 188-179 but sailed past compatriot, Dayang Khairuniza, 227-190 in the second round to reach the semi-finals. Hee was lucky to advance after a lowly Round 1 game of 163 against Hong Kong's Milki Ng.
But she had a better game in the second round by beating Sharon Limansantoso of Indonesia, 195-167 to book her place in the semis. Hee settled for US$500 while both Indonesians took home US$250 each.
Ms Vivien Lau, seretary general of World Bowling and ABF Tour organizing chairman was on hand to present the prizes to the winners. The ABF Tour Thailand 2016 leg is the first of six legs to be staged in East Asia with the official partner, Alisports providing the prize money of US$4,000 for each leg. The next stop will be in Macau, China on June 27.
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