Troup knocked down 771, 729 and 705 to lead the standings with 2205. Son of eight-time PBA Tour winners Guppy Troup, defeated fellow two-hander Jason Belmonte 248-232 to win the Lucky Larsen Masters for his third career title.
The 27-year-old owns 3 PBA titles from the 2018 Malmo, Sweden, 2017 Portland, doubles with Jesper Svensson and the 2015 Shawnee, Okla, Wolf Open. 2017 World Campionships Masters champion, Francois Lavoie of Canada, also rolled three 700-series of 730, 729 and 708 to take up second position with 2167.
2018 Asian Games Palembang Masters gold medallist, Rafiq Ismail of Malaysia finished third with 2157 ahead of 2014 Incheon Asian Games Singles bronze medallist, Sithiphol Kunaksorn of Thailand in fourth position with 2153.
Making up the top 7, who would earn three byes and automatically advance to Round 4 finals were Ryan Lalisang of Indonesia in fifth with 2150, 2017 World Championships All Events bronze medallist, Chris Via of USA with 2144 and top Japanese pro, Shota Kawazoe with 2136.