- March 21, 2018
The 32-year old Bangladesh golfer hit two bogeys against three birdies and pocketed $1780 for his 39th place finish
The 32-year old Bangladesh golfer hit five birdies against two bogeys in the third round of the $300,000 tournament
Siddikur registered the same result in the first round to take his overall aggregate to two-over-par 146. In the process, he made the cut
Siddikur carded two birdies and three bogeys on a rain and wind swept day at the National Golf Country Club course
Ahead of the Yeangder Heritage that tees off in Chinese Taipei on Thursday, Siddikur said he is ‘hungry’ for his third Asian Tour title
Bangladesh golfing star Siddikur Rahman put up a spectacular display in the fourth and final round to finish jointly at ninth place in the Panasonic Open Japan at Chiba Country Club, Umesato Course on Sunday
The 4th Gemcon Golf Tournament was inaugurated at Jessore Army base golf and country club on Saturday morning by Gemcon Group vice chairman Kazi Nabil Ahmed, also the Member of Parliament from Jessore 3 constituency
Udayan Mane of Bengaluru, India coasted to a comfortable four-shot win in the second BTI Open Golf on Thursday
Udayan Mane of Bengaluru, India stretched his lead to two shots in the second BTI Open Golf after posting a third-round score of three-under-par 69 on Wednesday
Indian golfers dominated the opening day of the second BTI Open in Dhaka’s Kurmitola Golf Club on Monday with Mohammad Sanju rising to the top of the leaderboard courtesy his five-under-par 67
A total of 126 golfers, including some top names from south Asia, will be taking part in the second edition of the BTI Open that tees off at Kurmitola Golf Club in Dhaka on Monday
MJL Bangladesh Limited organised the 11th Mobil Cup Golf Tournament 2017 at Kurmitola Golf Club during February 8-10.
An outstanding final round display by Siddikur Rahman earned him his best ever finish in the Bashundhara Bangladesh Open as the local golfing sensation claimed second spot with a superb five-under-par 66 at Kurmitola Golf Club in Dhaka on Saturday
Siddikur Rahman continued his fine display in the third Bashundhara Bangladesh Open to keep his maiden title hopes alive as the local golfing icon climbed to third place after the end of the third and penultimate round at Kurmitola Golf Club in Dhaka on Friday.
Young Thai talent Jazz Janewattananond continued his dominant form by carding a four-under-par 67 to lead by one shot at the halfway stage of the Bashundhara Bangladesh Open on Thursday.
Bangladesh had a few memorable moments to cherish from the 2016 SA Games, held in Shillong and Guwahati in India, and for Mabia Akter Shimanta and Mahfuza Khatun Shila, it was something special
Rio Olympic Games, Portugal’s triumph at Euro 2016, Leicester City’s fairytale English Premier League victory, the changing of the guard in tennis with Andy Murray and Angelique Kerber both rising to World Number 1, Chris Froome claiming his third Tour de France title, first time champions at all four golf majors, and Nico Rosberg winning the Formula One World Championship are the major international sports highlights in 2016.
Siddikur hit five bogeys against two birdies in the fourth round and pocketed $10,000 for his efforts
Zamal hit five birdies against a single bogey on the 10th hole in the $400,000 tournament’s third round