Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Siddik hits form in Taiwan

Bangladesh’s premier golfer Siddikur Rahman returned to form in US$650,000 Mercuries Taiwan Masters when he ended the second round in joint third position at the Taiwan Golf and Country Club’s Tamsui course on Friday. The two-time Asian Tour winner, who also ended the first round in joint third place with three-under-par 69, however had a rollercoaster

Siddik takes a big leap

Siddikur Rahman took a big leap in the Chiangmai Golf Classic when he ended the second round in joint ninth position to brighten his chance for a second Asian Tour Title in Bangkok on Friday. The golfing hope of Bangladesh, started the day in 16th place but finished it in a spectacular fashion, when he ... Read more

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 ... Read more

Siddikur leading world No. 2

Lee Westwood may have the world No 1 spot in mind, but on the opening day of the Indosian Masters, Siddikur Rahman ruled the roost. He shot an opening six-under-par 66 yesterday to lead and has the world No 2 Westwood trailing by two. According to the Asian Tour website, Siddikur fired two superb chip-ins ... Read more