Siddikur Rahman dropped to 34th position in the leaderboard of the King's Cup Golf Hua Hin after carding one-over-par (73) in the second round yesterday. The two-time Asian Tour winner, who was in 31st position at the end of Day 1, took his overall tally to even-par (144).
The 29-year old golfer struggled to cope with the windy conditions and fast greens of the Black Mountain Golf Club in Thailand as he managed only three birdies against two bogeys and a double-bogey.
Siddikur was eight shots adrift of joint-leaders Prom Meesawat of Thailand and Rikard Karlberg of Sweden. Both of the leaders carded one-under in the second day following seven-under on the opening day. The cut was made at two-over-par (146) and a total of 71 golfers made it to the last two rounds.