Siddik misses the cut in Omega Masters

Two-time Asian tour winner Bangladeshi golfer Siddikur Rahman missed the cut and was eliminated from the Omega European Masters tournament after the second round in Switzerland on Friday.
Siddik who made a dismal performance on the first round of the tournament on Thursday with five-over par 75 from 18 holes improved his performance on second round. But his

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Siddikur embarks on Omega mission

Bangladesh’s premier golfer Siddikur Rahman will look to get his European dream in shape when he participates in the Omega European Masters which starts in the Swiss town of Crans Montana today. The 30-year-old golfer, who twice took part in this prestigious event but had the misfortune of missing the cut and withdrawing due to injuries in the last two editions, will

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Mondol Group Cup Golf ends

The two-day long Mondol Group cup Golf tournament ended at the Ghatail Shaheed Salauddin Cantonment golf course in Tangail on Thursday.
A total of 50 players from 11 golf clubs from different part of the
country participated in the tournament.

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Labib Cup golf tournament concludes

The two-day long Labib Cup golf tournament ended at the Ghatail Shaheed Salauddin Cantonment golf course in Tangail on Saturday with Major
Gen. SM Shafiuddin Ahmed, ndu, psc elected champion.
A total of 60 players under 11 golf clubs of Bangladesh

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Siddik slips to 14th place

Siddikur Rahman continued his indifferent form at the Panasonic India Open in New Delhi as he slid to 14th position in the leaderboard after the end of round three on Thursday.
The Bangladesh golfer began the day from the seventh position and started well as he hit a birdie in the 1st hole but he could only follow it up with another birdie in the 14th hole.

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Siddikur’s team sixth

Siddikur Rahman’s team Tamilnadu Pullees finished sixth in the inaugural Pearls Golf Premier League which concluded at the Aamby Valley Golf Course in Pune, India yesterday.
The three-day event, styled after cricket’s box-office hit Indian Premier League, featured eight teams of four players each who played 54 holes over the three

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Taunk clinches Amatuer Golf title

Karan Taunk of India clinched the individual title of the 28th Runner Group Amateur Golf Tournament 2013 at the Kurmitola Golf Club on Saturday.
Though he hit level-par in the final round, his brilliant displays in the previous rounds were enough for the youngster to earn him the crown. He fired seven-under-par for a gross

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Sagar leading in Amateur Golf

The first round of the 28th Runner Group Amateur Golf Championship 2013 was held at the Kurmitola Golf Club on Wednesday.
In the individual event of the five-day meet, Mohammad Sagar of Bangladesh topped the leaderboard after firing four-under-par 68 while Karan Taunk of India was in second place with

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28th Runner Group Amateur Golf begins

The 28th Runner Group Bangladesh Amateur Golf Championship 2013 got underway at the Kurmitola Golf Club on Tuesday. The national amateur teams from the Afghanistan, India, Iran, Nepal, Bhutan and Pakistan will participate along with hosts Bangladesh in the five-day long international tournament.
Apart from the national side, a host of local and overseas golfers will take part as private

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Siddikur’s highs and lows

The year 2012 is a tale of two halves for Siddikur Rahman, Bangladesh’s flag bearer in international golf. The man who became the first and only Bangladeshi to win an
Asian Tour tile back in 2010 has produced some brilliant performances, threatened to win another title, but in the end fell to disappointing

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Siddik ends up in 18th place

Country’s ace golfer Siddikur Rahman carded a poor six-over-par 78 in the final round as he went 13 places down to finish joint 18th in the Mercuries Taiwan Masters in Taipei on Sunday.
Siddik was in a commendable position after round three as he stood 5th in the competition, but lost his way in the last round at the Taiwan Golf & Country Club which

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Siddikur in 5th position

Siddikur Rahman was in joint fifth position after the third round of the Mercuries Taiwan Masters with an aggregate score of one-over-par (217) on Saturday.
The 27-year-old golfer posted a one-over-par 73 on the third day in relatively calm conditions at the Taiwan Golf and Country Club after two windy and chilly days when he had posted matching

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Siddikur guts out the gust

Siddikur Rahman remained solid in the second round of the Mercuries Taiwan Masters to remain one stroke off the leading pack which features three locals,
one Korean and a Filipino. The 27-year old golfer matched his first round score of par (72) to post a par (144) after two days of testing conditions at the The Taiwan Golf and

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Siddikur’s solid start

Ace Bangladesh golfer Siddikur Rahman got off to a reasonable start in the Mercuries Taiwan Masters at the Taiwan Golf and Country Club yesterday.
The 27-year-old golfer, who had missed two cuts in a month alone largely due to bad starts in windy conditions, overcame his demons yesterday to finish the round in joint 13th position after a par

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Siddikur misses the cut again

Siddikur Rahman’s season is going pear-shaped as the flag-bearer of Bangladesh golf failed to make the cut for the second time this season and in space of three weeks. The 27-year old golfer racked up a sorry score of 4-over-par (146) at the end of the second round of the Asia-Pacific Panasonic Open yesterday to miss the cut by five shots. Siddikur, who had a first round score

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Terrible start for Siddikur

Siddikur Rahman continued his recent sorry form at the Panasonic Open in the Japanese city of Hyogo yesterday, finishing the first round in
joint 101st position with a distressingly ordinary round of two-over-par 73.
The severity of Siddikur’s bad day was highlighted by the fact that leader Yuta Ikeda of

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