Siti Safiyah, who settled for her second silver medal, had earlier ousted third-seed and overnight leader, Shayna Ng of Singapore, 234-201 to set up the finale with New. The champion earned top spot for the stepladder after topping the second block with 3527, adding 1771 and six wins to her 1636 and six wins from the first block.
Siti Safiyah, who was in fourth position going into the position-round match, defeated third-placed Cherie Tan, 258-189 to deny Singapore an all-Singapore stepladder finals and overtook Ng for second spot with 3515 from seven wins.
Ng clinched the final stepladder spot with 3496 from four wins, just five pins ahead of Tan, who slipped down to fourth and out of the stepladder finals with 3491 from five wins. Singapore finished as champion in the women's division with a medla haul of 3-1-2 but ended in second overall to Indonesia.
Indonesian men also emerged as champion in the men's division with a medal haul of 2-1-0. Malaysia, who won the Singles gold on opening day and the Team of 4 gold two days ago, finished third with a medal haul of 2-0-1.
Dato' Dr P.S. Nathan, President of the Malaysian Tenpin Bowling Congress, Mr Tan Zhi Qiang, Assistant Treasurer of Singapore Bowling Federation and Dr Valerie Teo, Assistant Chef-de-Mission presented the medals to the Women's Masters winners.
Raja Sapta Oktohari, Chairman of Indonesia National Olympic Committee, Mr Gatot Dewabroto, Secretary to the Minister of Sports and Mrs Jessie Phua, President of Singapore Bowling Federation gave away the medals to the Men's Mastrs winners.
A total of 30 men and 28 women from eight South-East Asia participated in the 2019 Philippines 30th SEA Games Bowling Championships at the Coronado Lanes, Starmall EDSA in Mandaluyong City from December 3 to 8, 2019.