Q: How did you get into golfing?

A: I started at around the age of four or five. My dad introduced me to golf and since then I have been coming with him.

Q: Why do you play golf?

A: My dad encourages me to play golf. A lot of the time when I’m stressed due to studies or other things, golf helps me relieve of the stress. I enjoy the area, the environment and the whole package.

Q: What is your future plan regarding golf?

A: I hope to be able to get better, to be able to compete with the professionals. I don’t want to be a professional, but want to be as good as a professional.

Q: What are you studying currently?

A: Right now I’m in grade IX at the international School in Dhaka.

Q: Do your friends know that you play golf?

A: Yes, and some of them play too. One of the friends even got featured in the magazine. They all enjoy golf.

Q: What do you think is the most important thing in golf?

A: I think knowing how to play and enjoy it, being able to make friends and socialize – these are the best things about the game. A big part of golf is getting to know people, it really helps you connect.

Q: Any message to youngsters like you who don’t play golf?

A: I think they can try it; some might enjoy it while some might not. If they do enjoy it, I think it’s a really good sport to get into.

Q: What is your future plan other than golf?

A: I haven’t planned it out yet, I’m just going with the flow.

Q: What do you think about Leadbetter Academy’s school for kids?

A: I think it’s a good way to get kids into golf. If they enjoy it, they can take it professionally.