Sentosa, Singapore, September 25: From working as a ball boy in Dhaka to becoming a two-time Asian Tour champion and Olympian, Siddikur Rahman’s rise in professional golf is truly a classic rags to riches tale.
Chiba Prefecture, Japan, September 19: Bangladeshi hero Siddikur Rahman will be looking to continue his good form in Japan when he tees off for the Asia-Pacific Diamond Cup which starts on Thursday.
Fiji, August 15: Read what the players are saying ahead of the Fiji International, which gets underway on Thursday.
Hamburg, Germany, July 31: Bangladeshi hero Siddikur Rahman enjoyed his best finish on the European Tour after closing with a four-under-par 68 to grab a share of third place at the Porsche European Open held in Hamburg on Sunday.
April 3: In this flashback video of Siddikur Rahman, we learn more about the Bangladeshi and what makes him an inspiration to many.
Dhaka, January 10: The Bashundhara Bangladesh Open is expected to raise the bar again when it returns for its third consecutive edition on the Asian Tour from February 1 to 4.
Sentosa, Singapore, January 8: He is regarded a national hero back home. After all, no ordinary folk can lay claim to the honour of inking all the many ‘firsts’ in his country’s golf record books.
August 31: From the Olympics to the Omega European Masters, read to find out why Siddikur Rahman is inspired to work even harder in his quest for glory.
Sentosa, Singapore, August 9: Bangladeshi golfer Siddikur Rahman has his mother to thank for making him work as a ball boy over 20 years ago, a move which has now earned him Olympic Games fame.
In a country where cricket is the religion of all sports, Siddikur Rahman will break the barriers when he represents golf minnows Bangladesh in the Olympic Games in August. Read what it means to him to turn a dream into a reality.