Siddikur Rahman carded two-under-par 70 Friday and finds himself tied for 65th place, alongside 10 others
Bangladesh golfer Siddikur Rahman made the cut at the Indonesian Masters following the second round of the $750,000 tournament at Royale Jakarta Golf Club Friday.
Siddikur carded two-under-par 70 Friday and finds himself tied for 65th place, alongside 10 others.
He hit five birdies against three bogeys in the second round.
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Earlier in the opening round Thursday, the 33-year old Siddikur struck one-over-par 73, trading a single birdie for two bogeys.
Siddikur’r overall score of one-under-par 143 means he trails leader Justin Rose of England by 13 shots.