Lalisang, who will automatically qualify to defend his title, made two attempts of 706 and 673 for the six-game total of 1379 to lead the Men's Open Masters overseas pool. His fellow team-mates, Yeri Ramadona and Hardy Rachmadian gave Indonesia the top three spots with 1362 and 1345 respectively.
The top three qualifiers in the overseas pool will earn a bye and automatically advance to Stage 2 finals. Two additional Indonesians, Fachri Ibnu Askar and Billy Mohammad Islam rounded out the top five with 1283 and 1280.
Ex-international and 2013 Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games Team gold medallist, Michael Tsang headed the local pool with 1327 ahead of another ex-national youth, Otto Leung in second with 1283. Jimmy Cheung finished third with 1261.
The top three qualifiers in the local pool will also automatically advance to Stage 2 finals. The top three Hong Kong national national team representatives, who are seeded qualifiers, are Wu Siu Hong, Michael Mak and Joshua Chow.