Golf may not be the most popular sport in Bangladesh, but Siddikur Rahman is one of the most recognisable sporting personalities of the country. Once a ball-boy at the Kurmitola Golf Club in Dhaka, Siddikur is now the face of Bangladesh golf, having won two Asian Tour events apart from a numerous other titles. The 38-year-old spends a busy time around the year and hence doesn’t often get the opportunity to celebrate an occasion like Eid with his family and friends in the country. This time, though, Siddikur is in Dhaka, enjoying a break while waiting for the next event.
India's Rashid Khan powered ahead by two shots after firing a second round of six-under-66 at the City Bank American Express Chittagong Open yesterday.
The inaugural edition's champion and Bangladesh's premier golfer Siddikur Rahman may not be available, but there will be a healthy field
The 4-day long NOVOAIR BPGA Cup professional golf tournament started at the Kurmitola Golf Club yesterday. About 90 golfers will participate in this tournament in 23 different groups.
Ace Bangladesh golfer Siddikur Rahman had a great outing in the third round of the Yeangder Heritage in Chinese Taipei yesterday,
Bangladesh's premier golfer Siddikur Rahman scraped by to make the cut at the Panasonic Open Japan yesterday. The 32-year-old, who had an overnight score of one-over-par (72), gained one stroke to finish the second day with a par score (142).