BTI Open 2016

Dates 30 Mar - 2 Apr, 2016
Venue Kurmitola Golf Club, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Prize Money Rs 35 Lacs
Format Stroke Play

Photo Gallery

BTI Open: (L - R) Anura Rohana, Feroz Ali Mollah, Ajeetesh Sandhu, Udayan Mane & Md Zamal Hossain Mollah, some of the top contenders in Dhaka this week, at the BTI Open press conference

BTI Open: Mr. Uttam Singh Mundy, Director, PGTI, speaks about PGTI's return to Bangladesh after four years during the press conference of the inaugural BTI Open

BTI Open: Pre-tournament favourite and local hero Md Siddikur Rahman posted a 66 to be tied second on day 1 (Picture Courtesy: Asian Tour)

BTI Open: Bangladesh's Md Dulal Hossain seized the lead in round 1 with a sparkling seven-under-65

BTI Open: Ranjit Singh's six-under-66 was the second day's best score, it placed him tied seventh in the clubhouse

BTI Open: Sujjan Singh led the Indian charge with a 68 on the second day, he was placed third in the clubhouse

BTI Open: Udayan Mane was at eight-under total through 13 holes in round two at close of play, he was two off the lead

BTI Open: Bangladesh’s Md Sajib Ali held the clubhouse lead after shooting a four-under-68 on the weather-affected second day

BTI Open: Udayan Mane lurks in third place, two off the lead, after the penultimate round

BTI Open: Md Siddikur Rahman kept local hopes alive with a 66 in round 3 that placed him joint first

BTI Open: Sujjan Singh returned the third day's best score of seven-under-65 to be the joint leader

BTI Open: Ajeetesh Sandhu's 65 was the final day's best score, it helped him finish fourth

BTI Open: Sujjan Singh claimed third place, the best among the Indians

BTI Open: Bangladesh's numero uno Md Siddikur Rahman prevailed in a playoff against compatriot Md Sajib Ali and lifted the inaugural BTI Open on his home turf

BTI Open: Bangladesh's Md Siddikur Rahman receives the cheque and trophy for winning the inaugural BTI Open