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  • Siddikur misses the cut in Fiji

    Siddikur Rahman missed the cut in the Fiji International by three strokes after settling for an even-par second round at

  • Siddikur off to a howler

    Bangladesh's premier golfer Siddikur Rahman endured a horrible start at the Fiji International, which teed off at the Natadola Bay

  • Siddikur hopes for a good debut in Fiji

    Siddikur Rahman is planning go easy at the Fiji International, which tees off at the Natadola Bay Championship Golf

  • Five drugs found in Tiger Woods' system after arrest

    Tiger Woods had five drugs, including the opioid painkiller hydrocodone, in his system when he was arrested in May on suspicion of driving under the influence, according to a toxicology report released on Monday

  • Siddikur 29th in Bangalore

    Bangladesh's Siddikur Rahman finished tied for 29th in the TAKE Solution Masters in Bangalore, India yesterday.

  • Siddikur moves up

    Siddikur Rahman moved up to 34th position with a two-under (69) in the third round of the TAKE Solutions Masters in Bangalore, India yesterday.

  • Siddikur makes cut in Bangalore

    Bangladesh's premier golfer Siddikur Rahman narrowly made the cut in the TAKE Solution Masters in Bangalore yesterday despite an

  • Siddikur back in familiar territory

    After a scintillating finish at the Porsche European Open in Hamburg earlier this week, Bangladesh golfer Siddikur Rahman will be among more familiar territories when he tees off at the TAKE Solutions Masters in Banglaore, India today.

  • Siddikur's fab finish in Hamburg

    Bangladesh's premier golfer Siddikur Rahman made a fabulous finish to the Porsche European Open in Hamburg yesterday, ending the two-million-euro event tied for third as England's Jordan Smith took the title, beating last year's champion Alexander Levy of France in play-off.

  • Siddikur’s fabulous finish in Hamburg

    Bangladesh’s premier golfer Siddikur Rahman makes a fabulous finish to the Porsche European Open with a four-under-par in the final round, raising hopes of a top-three finish.

  • Siddikur five shots adrift

    Siddikur Rahman has a tendency of dropping his guard right after a brilliant round of golf.

  • Siddikur strikes it hot in Hamburg

    Bangladesh's ace golfer Siddikur Rahman swung his way to second position in the Porsche European Open in Hamburg, Germany on

  • Golf's greats salute Spieth

    Golf's greatest names hailed Jordan Spieth's dramatic triumph at the British Open at Royal Birkdale on Sunday as the new champion savoured his victory by swigging from the Claret Jug trophy.

  • 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.

  • Tame finish for Siddikur

    After having gone toe-to-toe with the rest of the field, Bangladesh's best golfer Siddikur Rahman finished the Queen's Cup in Thailand with a whimper at joint 15th position yesterday.

  • Ordinary day for Siddikur

    Siddikur Rahman had an ordinary day at the Queen's Cup in Thailand yesterday as the 32-year-old golfer settled for a one-over-par (72)

  • Siddikur steady in Thailand

    Siddikur Rahman played a three-under-par (68) in the second round of the Queen's Cup in Thailand yesterday to lift

  • 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.

  • Queen's Cup: Decent start for Siddikur

    Siddikur Rahman made a bright start in the Queen's Cup in Bangkok yesterday with a three-under par (68) in the first round. The 32-

  • Record-setting Dufner opens big lead at Memorial

    Jason Dufner holes out from the fairway for an eagle en route to a second straight 65 that give him a five-shot lead with a record-setting 36-hole total at the Memorial.

  • Tiger Woods arrested on DUI charge

    Tiger Woods is charged with DUI after he was arrested in Jupiter, Florida.

  • 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.

  • Horschel defeats Day on first hole of playoff

    Billy Horschel makes a par putt on the first playoff hole to defeat Australian Jason Day at the AT&T Byron Nelson in 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.

  • Reed leads Wells Fargo by one shot over Rahm, Noren

    Patrick Reed matches the best score of the day, a five-under-par 67, to earn a one-shot lead after the third round at the Wells Fargo Championship in Wilmington, North Carolina.

  • 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,

  • Siddikur in 43rd

    Bangladesh' premier golfer Siddikur Rahman fell from his overnight position of 33rd to 45th after returning a one-over-par in the second

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