Siddikur Rahman struck three bogeys against a single birdie in the sixth hole in the third round of the $800,000 tournament
Ace Bangladesh golfer Siddikur Rahman finds himself tied for 28th place, alongside one other, following the conclusion of the third and penultimate round’s play in the Mercuries Taiwan Masters at Taiwan Golf and Country Club Saturday.
Siddikur carded two-over-par 74 Saturday to take his overall aggregate to two-over-par 218, 11 shots behind leader Juvic Pagunsan of the Philippines.
The 32-year old Bangladesh golfer struck three bogeys against a single birdie in the sixth hole in the third round of the $800,000 tournament.
However, Siddikur’s third round display paled in comparison to his performance in the first two days where he hit one-under-par 71 and one-over-par 73 to make the cut.
Pagunsan is leading ahead of the final round Sunday with nine-under-par 207.
The Philippines golfer smashed four-under-par 68, three-under-par 69 and two-under-par 70 in the first three rounds.