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  • Siddikur steady as golf returns to Pak

    Siddikur Rahman settled for a one-under-71 on the opening day of the UMA CNS Open Championship yesterday as golf returned to Pakistan after an 11-year absence.


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  • Sohel sets sights on Asian Tour

    Golfer Shakhwat Hossain Sohel (SHS) broke his long-standing jinx on the international circuit by winning the PGM Miri Championship in Malaysia on Saturday.

  • Sohel breaks title jinx in style

    Bangladesh's professional golfer Shakhawat Hossain Sohel sensationally eagled the first extra hole of the playoff to win his maiden Asian Development Tour (ADT) title at the PGM Miri Championship in Malaysia yesterday.

  • Molinari steals limelight

    It was expected that recent American dominance of the majors would continue at the British Open, but instead Carnoustie delivered Italy's first ever winner of the Claret Jug in the shape of Francesco Molinari.

  • Siddikur off to a flier

    Ace Bangladesh golfer Siddikur Rahman got off to a flying start in the first round of the Queen's Cup yesterday with a

  • Siddikur's decent start in Thailand

    Bangladesh's Siddikur Rahman made a decent start in the Thailand Open, finishing the first round at joint 29th position with a two-under-par (68).

  • Jamal wins Gemcon title

    Jamal Hossain Mollah clinched the Gemcon Professional Golf Tournament, which concluded at the Kurmitola Golf Club yesterday.

  • Swede success in Bangladesh Open

    Swedish golfer Malcolm Kokocinski won the AB Bank Bangladesh Open today as Jamal Hossain Mollah of Bangladesh ended tied for fourth position.

  • 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.

  • Jamal romps to the top

    Jamal Hossain Mollah romped to the top of the leaderboard with a six-under-par (65) at the end of the second day's play of the AB Bank Bangladesh Open yesterday.

  • Rain and gloom on opening day

    There was a familiar faltering of local golfers in the opening day of the AB Bank Bangladesh Open, which started amid rain and

  • Higa staves off Jamal's charge

    Japan's Kazuki Higa fended off a challenge from Bangladesh's Jamal Hossain Mollah to win the BTI Open at the Kurmitola Golf Club

  • 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.

  • Jamal hot on Higa's heels

    Kazuki Higa continued his march towards the title of the BTI Open with a three-under-par (69) in the penultimate round at the

  • Sajib, Jamal keep local hopes alive

    Japan's Kazuki Higa stayed in the lead in the BTI Open, but Bangladeshi golfers made great headway halfway through the tri-

  • 10-under Higa sets KGC ablaze

    Three Bangladeshi golfers started the BTI Open within the top ten positions after the opening day at the Kurmitola Golf Club yesterday, but the highlight of the round was a blistering 10-under-par (62) from Japan's Kazuki Higa.

  • All eyes on Kurmitola Golf Club

    The growth of international golf hosting in Bangladesh continues as the country hosts the third international event of the year, the bti Open 2018, beginning at the Kurmitola Golf Club (KGC) today.

  • Asian Tour from May 9 to 12

    Uncertainty over the Bangladesh Open, the only Asian Tour event in the country, has ended after AB Bank came forward to sponsor the

  • Thangaraja wins by six shots

    Sri Lanka's N Thangaraja came up with a classic six-under-66 in the fourth round of the City Bank American Express Chittagong Open to

  • Thangaraja trudges towards title

    Sri Lanka's N Thangaraja shot a resolute four-under-68 to continue the lead for the third straight day at the 50-lac-taka City Bank

  • Sajib falls to second

    Joint-overnight leader and local golfer Md Sajib Ali fell to joint-second place with a four-under-par (68) on the the second day of the City Bank American Express Chittagong Open yesterday.

  • Sajib fires 7-under for four-way lead

    Bangladesh's Sajib Ali shared a four-way lead as the second edition of the City Bank American Express Chittagong Open got off to an

  • Chittagong Open tees off today

    The second edition of the City Bank American Express Chittagong Open gets underway today at the pristine Bhatiary Golf & Country

  • Siddikur misses cut

    Siddikur Rahman missed the cut in the Hero Indian Open after racking up five-over-par (149) in the first two rounds. The 33-year-old

  • Siddikur likely to miss cut

    Premier Bangladeshi golfer Siddikur Rahman's outing at the Hero Indian Open 2018 went from bad to worse in the second round as he carded a three-over-par for the round to fall to the 75th position with an aggregate five-over-par (149).

  • Siddikur makes poor start in India

    Bangladesh's premier golfer Siddikur Rahman got off to a rocky start in the Hero Indian Open 2018, which is co-sanctioned by the Asian Tour and European Tour, as he carded a two-over-par (74) yesterday.

  • Siddikur misses cut in Malaysia

    Bangladesh ace Siddikur Rahman made a tame exit from the CIMB Championship in Malaysia after a poor second round saw him miss the

  • Siddikur's decent start

    Siddikur Rahman made an above-average start to the Maybank Championship, carding a one-under-par (71) in a weather-disrupted opening round in Malaysia yesterday to share the 72nd position in the 3 million dollar event.

  • Double delight for Siddikur family

    It was historic day for the Siddikur family as Siddikur Rahman's wife Samaun Anjum Auroni became the first Bangladeshi female golfer to turn professional.