Tuesday, April 16, 2024

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

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 ... Read more

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 ... Read more

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 ... 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

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

Siddik 37th in Taipei

Bangladesh’s ace golfer Siddikur Rahman finished joint-37th after closing with one-under-par 71 at the rain-shortened Yeangder Tournament Players Championship in Taipei on Monday. Siddik stroked three birdies against two bogeys in the last round at the Linkou International Golf and Country Club which saw him move up from his 51st place and end with

Reality check for Siddikur

Bangladeshi ace golfer Siddikur Rahman is happy that he received a reality check ahead of his title bid at this week’s $500,000 Yeangder Tournament Players Championship which starts at the Linkou International Golf and Country Club in Taipei on Thursday. The country’s history maker, who was the first from Bangladesh to win an Asian Tour ... Read more

Siddikur misses out

Siddikur Rahman missed out on the US Open qualification after he finished joint 34th in the qualifier at the Walton Heath Golf Club in Surrey, England yesterday. The 27-year olf golfer posted a one-over-par on the second and final day of the qualification for an aggregate of one-under-par 143 which saw him trail the last qualifier ... Read more

Siddik moves further ahead

Siddikur Rahman of Bangladesh made a giant leap on the leaderboard in the Ballantine’s Championship in South Korea with a three-under-par 69 at the Blackstone Resort in Seoul on Saturday. Siddik, who was languishing at the 29th place after the second round, fired six birdies against two bogies to move up to 18th position with ... 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