Siddikur Rahman claimed his first top-10 finish of the season when he finished fifth in the Taiwan Mercuries Taiwan Masters at the Taiwan Golf and Country Club yesterday.
The 34-year-old, who was two shots off the lead at the end of the third round, returned a card of three-over-par in the final round for an aggregate score of four-under-par (284).
Suradit Yongcharoenchai of Thailand won the title with a score of 10-under-par (278).
Siddikur settled for a par score of 36 in the front nine, but went for a 39 in the back nine.
His paycheque of 29,250 dollars helped him move from 29th up to 23rd on the Asian Tour Order of Merit.