The 34-year old carded two-over-par Friday and now finds himself tied for 49th position alongside 12 others
Premier Bangladesh golfer Siddikur Rahman made the cut in the Thailand Open following the second round at Thai Country Club Friday.
The 34-year old carded two-over-par Friday and now finds himself tied for 49th position alongside 12 others.
Siddikur, who struck two-under-par in the opening round, has an overall par score of 142, eight shots behind early leaders Poom Pattaropong and Natthaphat Harnchokchaiskul, both from Thailand.
Two-time Asian Tour winner Siddikur, who came to this tournament on the back of an impressive fifth-placed finish in the Taiwan Open, hit two birdies and twice as many bogeys in the second round.