Om registered a score of 201.1 in the final.
Defending champion Jitu Rai, the other Indian in the fray, had a disappointing outing.
The reigning Asian Games champion registered a decidedly below par 105 to finish at the bottom of the eight-man final.
Om had a good start in the final, scoring 111.3 after the first round in Stage 2 to take the second spot behind Singapore's Swee Hon Lim.
But Daniel scored 10.0 and 10.1 to take the lead in the next round. The local favourite then produced a string of consistent scores to blow away the opposition and hold on to the pole position till the end.
Om topped the standings at the end of the qualification stage with a score of 549 points.
Jitu qualified at the sixth position with 542.
Ahmed fell off the pace after leading till the fifth shot to eventually end the qualification stage at the fourth spot with 545.
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