In the women's rankings, Dorin-Ballard has totaled 145 points, while Nina Flack of Sweden moved up into second with 120 points, including 35 points in Thailand.
Kelly Kulick of the United States, who also did not compete in Thailand, is third with 100 points, while Finland's Krista Pollanen is fourth with 80.
The World Bowling Tour is made up of various events around the world throughout the course of 2011. Players earn points based on how they finish in the event and those points will be tabulated throughout the season to determine the top three men and top three women who will be invited to compete in the World Bowling Tour Finals presented by the Professional Bowlers Association.
The World Bowling Tour Finals are scheduled to take place at the PBA's World Series of Bowling in November and will feature a total prize fund of US$40,000. The event will be aired nationally in the United States.