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'Lifetime Achievement Award' for golfer Siddikur

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Sports Desk :
The Leadbetter Golf Academy Bangladesh handed over the "Lifetime Achievement Award" to the Icon golf player of Bangladesh Siddikur Rahman. Bangladesh Golf Federation's Senior Vice President Major General AKM Abdullahil Baquee, Founder of Leadbetter Golf Academy Bangladesh, Md Momin Ud Dowlah, President of Bangladesh Professional Golfers' Association and many distinguished guests were present in the ceremony. Md Nojibur Rahman, the Principal Secretary to Honorable Prime Minister was there as the chief guest.
In his speech the chief guest said that he was delighted to know that 'The Leadbetter Golf Academy Bangladesh' has come forward to recognize the contributions of Siddikur Rahman by presenting him the "Lifetime Achievement Award". At the same time the Academy has offered him with a "Complimentary Lifetime Membership" of The Leadbetter Golf Academy Bangladesh to support maintaining his best possible training and physical fitness. The chief guest sincerely wished that Siddikur Rahman will be able to achieve more success and bring more & more laurels for the people of Bangladesh. Indeed, he felt extremely happy that The Leadbetter Golf Academy Bangladesh, the franchise global brand in golf training, first of its kind in the country has been taking excellent initiatives for the development of golf in Bangladesh. He expressed deep gratitude to Mr Momin Ud Dowlah, founder of this unique venture for his personal initiatives associated with passion and love for Golf.
He wished Mr. Momin's dreams come true by creating fantastic opportunities for the young golfers to become real successors of Siddikur Rahman. In the end he wished that, "Lifetime Achievement Award" would become a bench mark to Siddikur Rahman to reach the pinnacle of success in his golfing career.

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