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  • Woodland fends off Koepka to win US Open

    Woodland fends off Koepka to claim U.S. Open

  • Rashid, Yashas lead Chittagong Open

    Rashid, Yashas lead Chittagong Open

    The Indian duo of Yashas Chandra and Rashid Khan returned flawless rounds of seven-under-65 to take the joint first round lead in the City Bank American Express Chittagong Open, which got underway at the Bhatiary Golf and Country Club in Chattogram yesterday.

  • Jamal falls back

    Jamal Hossain Mollah fell four shots off the pace after a one-over in the crucial third round of the AB Bank Bangladesh Open yesterday.

  • Higa wins BTI Open

    Japanese rookie Kazuki Higa cruises to a three-shot victory to clinch the BTI Open at the Kurmitola Golf Club in Dhaka today.

  • Siddikur wins Dhaka Open title

    Siddikur Rahman clinches the title of the inaugural City Bank American Express Dhaka Open title at the Kurmitola Golf Club today.

  • Tiger says he's getting 'professional help

    Tiger Woods, arrested three weeks ago for impaired driving, says he is receiving "professional help" to manage his medications and help cope with back pain and a sleep disorder.

  • Rickie Fowler sets the pace at US Open

    Rickie Fowler produces a record-equalling low-scoring round to take a one-shot lead at the US Open as the big-hitters failed to fire.

  • Simpson leads Casey, Lee by two

    Webb Simpson lips-out a birdie chance at the final hole and has to settle for a two-stroke lead over Paul Casey and Danny Lee after the third round of the Dean & DeLuca Invitational in Fort Worth, Texas.

  • South Korean Kim becomes youngest to win The Players

    South Korean Kim Si-woo became the youngest winner of The Players Championship on Sunday when he shot a final round three-under-par 69 to clinch a three-stroke victory at the TPC Stadium course in Ponte Vedra.

  • Garcia rediscovers old touch to be in hunt at Players

    Masters champion Sergio Garcia recovered from a slow start and found his old form to storm into contention at The Players Championship where a victory could enhance his special 2017 season.

  • Johnson makes tidy return from back injury

    World number one Dustin Johnson declared himself ready to challenge for victory after a tidy return to competition left him four strokes behind first-round leader Francesco Molinari at the Wells Fargo Championship on Thursday.

  • NOVOAIR BPGA Cup golf begins

    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.

  • Siddikur climbs up to 28th

    Ace Bangladesh golfer Siddikur Rahman had a great outing in the third round of the Yeangder Heritage in Chinese Taipei yesterday,

  • Garcia wins first major title

    Spain's Sergio Garcia captured his first major golf title on Sunday after 73 failed attempts, making a birdie on the first playoff hole to defeat Justin Rose and win the 81st Masters.

  • Tiger Woods won't play the Masters

    Tiger Woods announced he had lost his battle to be fit for the Masters, saying he was "not tournament ready" for the first major of the year and did not have a timetable for his return.

  • Bhatiary waiting to enthral golfers

    The Bhatiary Golf & Country Club (BGCC) in Chittagong is all set to host its first-ever international golf tournament, the American Express Chittagong Open, from March 29 with participation of top golfers from India, Sri Lanka and hosts Bangladesh.

  • McIlroy ready for Woodland revenge bid

    Rory McIlroy believes he will carry a psychological edge into his duel with Gary Woodland after being drawn to face the American in the opening round of the World Golf Championship-Dell Match Play tournament on Monday.

  • 6th GPH Golf held

    The 6th GPH Golf Tournament ended at the Bhatiary Golf and Country Club in Chittagong on Friday.

  • McIlroy eyes regaining number one world ranking

    Patience will be a virtue for Rory McIlroy on Sunday as he seeks to win the WGC-Mexico Championship and possibly regain the world number one ranking.

  • McIlroy leads by two strokes in Mexico

    Rory McIlroy, chasing a return to the world No. 1 ranking in his first start in seven weeks, fired a second-round 65 on Friday to grab the lead in the WGC-Mexico Championship.

  • Mickelson among leaders

    Five-time major-winner Phil Mickelson was enjoying the challenge of the high-altitude Chapultepec Golf Club Thursday as he seized a share of the first-round lead in the WGC-Mexico Championship.

  • Chittagong Open this month

    After hosting the BTI Open in Kurmitola, Bangladesh is going to host another Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) event later this month.

  • Dustin Johnson vaults to world golf number one

    Dustin Johnson made the complicated world golf ranking calculations simple on Sunday, vaulting to number one with a convincing victory in the Genesis Open.

  • South Korea's Jang wins Australian Open

    South Korea's Jang Ha-Na stormed to a three-shot victory in the Australian Open at Royal Adelaide with a blistering eagle-birdie finish on Sunday.

  • Siddikur 41st in Malaysia

    Siddikur Rahman couldn't finish the Maybank Championship in Malaysia the way he started after ending tied for 41st yesterday.

  • Siddikur at five-under

    Siddikur Rahman slipped to 29th position after enduring his first over-par round of the Maybank Championship in the third round yesterday.

  • Siddikur facing cut in Singapore

    Siddikur Rahman was facing cut in the SMBC Singapore Open, the first Asian Tour event of the season, after racking up one-over-par (72) in consecutive rounds.

  • Leadbetter Academy opens at KGC

    Leadbetter Golf Academy (LGA), Bangladesh’s first private-sector indoor golf academy, was inaugurated at the Kurmitola Golf Club (KGC) by Army Chief General Abu Belal Muhammad Shafiul Huq yesterday.

  • Tiger to make 2017 debut at Torrey Pines

    Former world number one Tiger Woods will launch his 2017 campaign at Torrey Pines, where his eight triumphs include the 2008 US Open.

  • Mickelson sidelined by hernia

    Phil Mickelson faces an indefinite period on the sidelines after undergoing a second hernia operation in the space of two months, his management company has confirmed.