Lalisang rolled series of 740, 737 and 673 for a 9-games total of 2150 to take up 15th position which will earn him a bye and automatically advance to Round 3 finals. Billy Muhammad Islam was the second best Indonesia qualifier in 22nd position with 2131.
A third Indonesian, Hardy Rachmadian took 23rd position with 2129 while the cut for Round 3 finals at 24th position was Thailand's Surasak Manuwong with 2124. 2018 Asian Games Palembang Team silver medallist, Sin Li Jane of Malaysia topped the field of 133 players with 2268.
The 26-year-old newly-crowned Brunswick Ballmasters champion also became the first qualifier to surpass the 800-mark when the Malaysian downed 820. She added 745 and 703 to give her pole position.
Team USA member and PBA pro, Kyle Troup of USA, who had led the field for the first three days, slipped down to second with 2205. Michael Tang of USA finished third with 2203 ahead of compatriot and 2017 World Championships Team gold medallist, Chris Via in fourth with 2183.