BTI Open 2018* (PGTI, ADT & BPGA Tri Sanctioned)

Dates 24 Apr - 27 Apr, 2018
Venue Kurmitola Golf Club, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Prize Money US$ 60,000 (Approx INR 40 Lacs)
Format Stroke Play

Photo Gallery

BTI Open: Professionals Md Siddikur Rahman, Johnson Poh & Honey Baisoya pose with the trophy at the press conference, also seen in the picture are U S Mundy, CEO, PGTI & Arshi Haider, Chairman, BTI

BTI Open: M Dharma fired a four-under-68 to be tied fourth, the best-placed among the Indians, in Round 1

BTI Open: Japan’s Kazuki Higa lit up round one with a blazing 10-under-62, he established a healthy five-shot lead

BTI Open: Shivendra Singh Sisodia made a hole-in-one on the sixth during his second round of 70, he was placed tied 10th at the halfway stage

BTI Open: Md Sajib Ali shot a bogey-free five-under-67 in Round 2 to rise to tied second place

BTI Open: Md Zamal Hossain Mollah's second straight four-under-68 pushed him up to tied second at the halfway stage, he trails leader Kazuki Higa by four shots

BTI Open: Aman Raj was tied fifth after Round 3 to be the highest placed Indian, he was eight off the lead

BTI Open: Local favourite Md Zamal Hossain Mollah of Bangladesh ended Round 3 in second place

BTI Open: Japan's Kazuki Higa maintained his lead for the third day in succession, he held a three-stroke advantage going into the final round

BTI Open: Divyanshu Bajaj shot a final round of 68 to secure tied eighth place, he had the best finish among the Indians

BTI Open: Md Zamal Hossain Mollah finished runner-up at his home course, it was his best finish on the PGTI in over three years

BTI Open: Twenty-three-year-old Kazuki Higa of Japan claimed his maiden title in only his second season as a professional, he fired a final round of 70 to win by three shots