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Old April 25, 2011, 04:21 PM
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Unbelievable!! Amazing!! Surreal!! Too good to be true!!

I can't imagine this far this fast!! I don't think he is fully realizing what he is accomplishing. Major props!!
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Old April 26, 2011, 04:23 AM
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He is making us all proud.
Carry on Siddikur !
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Old April 27, 2011, 06:26 PM
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Poor start by Siddikur. +3 after 4 holes. Starting from back 9 he has double bogied his 2nd hole and bogeyd 4th

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Old April 28, 2011, 03:59 AM
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Siddik recovered and now sits on Par he is tied 36. Need to improve a lot if he wants to move up the ranking ladder
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Old April 28, 2011, 04:38 AM
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Hmm..hope he contiue this improvement.. Wish to see him within top 10-15..anyway.. Thanks a lot mo bhaiya for keep updating..
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Old April 28, 2011, 05:25 AM
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Hmm..hope he contiue this improvement.. Wish to see him within top 10-15..anyway.. Thanks a lot mo bhaiya for keep updating..
Top 10-15 means he will be a millionaire many times over. Golf pays well.
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Old April 28, 2011, 07:57 AM
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Well done! Amazing how he's the 7th best in Asia! Hopefully he can break into top 100.
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Old April 28, 2011, 11:21 AM
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All the top stars failed in first round. Lee on Par, Ernie Else disastrous.
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Old April 29, 2011, 03:22 AM
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Top 10-15 means he will be a millionaire many times over. Golf pays well.
i know that.. I wished that just for this tournament only..
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Old May 7, 2011, 07:02 AM
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12K Euro. Not bad for 4 days work.

Top 50 finish at the end.
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Old May 8, 2011, 08:33 AM
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12K Euro. Not bad for 4 days work.

Top 50 finish at the end.
Well, 12K every 3/4 weeks or so. Not so good. He needs to make more. And he can.
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Old May 16, 2011, 11:41 AM
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He put bangladesh on the golfing map apparently... And he gets yonks compared to the cricketers. I remember reading that he wanted to make sure that his dad retired well.
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Old May 22, 2011, 01:58 PM
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Ace Bangladeshi golfer Siddikur Rahman said he is looking for a full-time coach for himself to hone his skills and to help him become a better a player in the highly competitive professional circuit.

Siddik, second in Asian merit order, is now working with Indian coach Pritom Saikiya but he cannot make time to train under the coach due to his crammed international schedules.

‘I am really looking for a world class coach who can stay with me and is good enough to teach a player of my standard,’ Siddik Rahman told New Age on Sunday.

Siddik is currently at his home, enjoying a rare break as he is trying to get a US visa to compete in the US PGA tour.

‘For the last 18 months I am in touch Saikiya. But I cannot meet him very often as I find it difficult to manage our schedule together,’ he said.

‘I met him only three to four times last year. Our every meeting was very useful. Sometimes he mailed me some instructions knowing my problems. But it cannot go this way all the time,’ said Siddik.

‘It will take time but definitely I am on a hunt,’ he added.

Siddik began his 2011 season with a bang, finishing SAIL Open in India before three impressive hauls in Malaysia, Indonesia and South Korea.

In Malaysia he was ahead of immediate past major Augusta Masters champion Charl Schwartzel and then world number one Martin Kaymer. He was also neck-and-neck with current World number one Lee Westwood in Indonesia.

His total prize money in 2011 stood at nearly $1.5 lakh ($ 1, 49,761) despite having fared poorly in his latest Asian Tour event in the Philippines where he finished 37th.

Siddik, however, blamed a lack of motivation for his poor performance in the Philippines.

‘First of all I did not want to participate in that tournament,’ said Siddik.

‘There was some gap after my Korean meet. However, I decided to play. I was in the top 15 after two days but I felt I have to play aggressive if I want to win that competition as it earned me some result in Indonesia. But the strategy backfired,’ he said.

Siddik was happy with his overall performance.

‘At the end of the year I was in top seven and now I am in top two in the Asian circuit. This is where I wanted to see myself at the end of the year,’ he said.
http://newagebd.com/newspaper1/sports/19708.html

++++So, Siddikur gonna perticipate in PGA tour? Great news for him and the country
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Old May 22, 2011, 02:24 PM
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++++So, Siddikur gonna perticipate in PGA tour? Great news for him and the country
He has to qualify first. 75 golfer will be competing in the qualifier for 4 spots.
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Old May 22, 2011, 04:17 PM
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He has to qualify first. 75 golfer will be competing in the qualifier for 4 spots.
I really wish him well, I wanna see him play at the highest level. . .
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Old June 3, 2011, 08:25 PM
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Siddiqur is not playing in US PGA Tour as he did not get USA Visa. Source: FB
Is it true ? If so, then what a shame !!! Any reason why he was denied ?
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Old June 4, 2011, 05:08 AM
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Is it true ? If so, then what a shame !!! Any reason why he was denied ?
http://ns.bdnews24.com/blog/en/index.php/bdnadmin/630

Apparently he wasn't denied a visa but the process was taking too long. He had to withdraw his passport as he has to attain visas of other countries as well. Poor behaviour from the US embassy.
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Old June 4, 2011, 05:23 AM
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These embassy people are snob and lethargic. They take ages to process a single paper. Even in interview, they act as if they are interrogating some criminals. Siddiqur should have requested BD Golf Association (if there is any) to treat his case as top priority. Its such a shame that being Asia #2 he cant participate only because of some employees of US Embassy. Utter rubbish !!!
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Old June 4, 2011, 06:57 AM
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He's number two? I thought he wan No.1.. Who's above him?
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Old June 4, 2011, 07:00 AM
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Currently he is #10 in Asia and #1 in South Asia. The report got it wrong. He was never #2 in Asia. His highest was #7 a couple of months ago.

edit: He is currently 2nd in the order of merit of the Asian Tour this year. I think that's what the report meant. Not his ranking.
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Old June 4, 2011, 07:31 AM
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Currently he is #10 in Asia and #1 in South Asia. The report got it wrong. He was never #2 in Asia. His highest was #7 a couple of months ago.

edit: He is currently 2nd in the order of merit of the Asian Tour this year. I think that's what the report meant. Not his ranking.
Oh right, it's golf season now in England, it's been quite interesting.
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The Queen's Cup golf tournament in Thailand is set to get underway today in Samui, Thailand, with Bangladesh golf sensation Siddikur Rahman leading the field as the highest-ranked player on display.

Siddikur, who is second on the Order of Merit, has good memories of the course as it was here that he notched up his first top-10 finish on the Asian Tour.

“It was my turning point. Finishing top ten, gave me the experience and confidence to compete on the Asian Tour,” he told the Asian Tour website. Siddikur went on to finish seventh on the Order of Merit last year after becoming the first Bangladeshi winner on Tour by winning the Brunei Open.

“I like this place and I am looking forward to the week. It's not an easy golf course. I have my expectation which is to try and win the tournament and hopefully I will get that,” added Siddikur.

He will face competition from a strong roster of players that includes title holder Tetsuji Hiratsuka of Japan and Thailand's Prom Meesawat, who after a promising start to his career fell to the wayside, and after being treated by a sports psychologist insists that he has what it takes to win the event.

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Bangladesh's ace golfer Siddikur Rahman finished at joint 11th place after hitting a round of two-under-par in the first round of the Queen's Cup golf championship at the Santiburi Samui Country Club in Thailand yesterday.

Siddikur was the highest-ranked golfer on show, but it was local golfer Prayad Marksaeng who led the field after a fine round of six-under-par. India's Anirban Lahiri finished second with five-under-par.

On what leader Marksaeng told the Asian Tour website was "not an easy track", Siddikur played steady but unspectacular golf. In his round of 18 holes yesterday, the Bangladeshi struck three birdies in holes eight, fifteen and eighteen, but that was somewhat offset by his bogey in hole twelve.

Title holder Tetsuki Hiratsuka fared much worse with a round of two-over-par. The tournament finishes will run till June 19, when the fourth and final round will be played
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থাইল্যান্ডের সামুই গলফ টুর্নামেন্টের (কুইন্স কাপ) দ্বিতীয় রাউন্ডে ছয়ধাপ এগিয়েছেন বাংলাদেশের সিদ্দিকুর রহমান। শুক্রবার তীয় রাউন্ড শেষে চারজনের সঙ্গে যৌথভাবে আছেন পঞ্চমস্থানে।

সান্তিবুরি সামুই কাউন্টি ক্লাবে পারের চেয়ে তিন শট কম (৬৮ শট) নিয়ে প্রতিযোগিতার দ্বিতীয় পর্ব শেষ করেন সিদ্দিুকুর। দুই রাউন্ড মিলিয়ে পারের চেয়ে মোট পাঁচ শট কম খেলেন তিনি। প্রথম রাউন্ডে পারের চেয়ে দুই শট কম নিয়ে (৬৯ শট) ছয় জনের সঙ্গে যৌথভাবে এগারোতমস্থানে ছিলেন প্রতিযোগিতার সর্বোচ্চ র‌্যাঙ্কিংধারী বাংলাদেশি এই গলফার।

এদিকে তিন লাখ ডলারের এই প্রতিযোগিতায় দ্বিতীয় পর্ব শেষে জাপানের দাইসুকে মারুয়ামা শীর্ষে রয়েছেন। ৬৭ শট খেলে দুই রাউন্ড মিলিয়ে পারের চেয়ে সাত শটে এগিয়ে আছেন তিনি। অন্যদিকে সবমিলিয়ে পারের চেয়ে সাত শট কম নিয়ে দ্বিতীয়স্থানে উঠে এসেছেন দক্ষিণ আফ্রিকার জবে ক্রুগার। দ্বিতীয়রাউন্ডে পারের চেয়ে তিন শট কম নিয়ে এশিয়ায় প্রথম শিরোপা জয়ের পথে অনেকটা এগিয়েছেন ২৪ বছরের এই প্রোটিয়াস গলফার। পারের চেয়ে ছয় শট কম নিয়ে তৃতীয়স্থানে জায়গা করে নেন স্বাগতিক প্রতিযোগী চিন্নারাত ফাদুঙছিল।

টুর্নামেন্টে প্রথম রাউন্ডের তিন সেরা প্রতিযোগী থাইল্যান্ডের প্রায়াদ মার্কসেঙ, ভারতের অনির্বাণ লাহিড়ী ও অস্ট্রেলিয়ার গ্যাভিন ফ্লিন্ট কেউই দ্বিতীয় রাউন্ডে সুবিধা করতে পারেননি। সবমিলিয়ে পারের চেয়ে চার শট কম নিয়ে তিনজনই যৌথভাবে অষ্টমস্থানে রয়েছেন।



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