KARACHI - Pakistans leading professional Javed Inayat made his country proud when he carded the days best score registering a hole in one feat on the third penultimate round of the US$75,000 prize carrying Grameen Bangladesh Masters Open in Dhaka on Saturday. The four-round event is part of Asian Development Tour. According to the information relieved here from the Bangladesh capital, Javed Inayat, a former ball boy from the Karachi Golf Club in Pakistan, fired the tournaments first hole-in-one which he sank with a six-iron on the 177-yard sixth hole. He returned with a 67 for a 214 total to lie in tied seventh place. At the end of the second round, he was placed 24th and has now jumped to seventh place after firing five-under-67, the best by a contesting golfer for an over all two-under-214. He had logged 73-74 in the last two rounds. Even the leader board leader Siddikur of Bangladesh faltered in the third round after first two good rounds. He logged three-under-69 for the third round. Pakistani Inayat was beaming with confidence after his ace which led to further birdies on holes seven, 11 and 15. He was also greeted with hugs by compatriots Danyaal Jahangir and Aadil Jahangir at the clubhouse after they knew of his feat. I was standing on the tee box and was thinking of using a six or seven iron. I opted for a seven iron and it landed about two club lengths from the hole and rolled in. I didnt even know I shot a hole-in-one until my caddy and flight mates started shouting, said the 43-year-old. After shooting his first hole-in-one in a competitive tournament, he is now eyeing a good finish to help fund for future Asian Development Tour events. I played in the first stage of the Asian Tour Qualifying School but didnt make it into the final stage. If I get more sponsors, I will play in all the Asian Development Tour events this year and try to finish in the top-three of the order of merit. Even if I can get a good result here, Ill be able to fund for my next event, he added. Other three Pakistanis who made the cut at the end of the second round also did well. Young Aadil Jahangir with 10-over-226 was on the 33rd. He parred the third round. His brother Danayal Jahangir was placed 37th with eleven over 227. Waheed Baloch is at 42nd place with 12-over-228. In the meantime, Siddikur of Bangladesh made a dash towards the finishing line after posting a three-under-par-69 in the third round of the Grameenphone Bangladesh Masters on Saturday. Positions of Pakistanis on leader board: 7th: 214 Javed Inayat 73-74-67, 33rd: 226 Aadil Jahangir 78-76-72, 37th: 227 Danayal Jahangir 73-77-77, 42nd: 228 Waheed Baloch 81-73-74. Siddikur produced his highest score of the week but his three-day total of 16-under-par-200 was still nine strokes better than compatriot Md. Milon Ahmed who closed with a 68 at the Kurmitola Golf Club. Flamboyant Japanese prospect Yosuke Tsukada closed with a 69 to lie in third place on a 210 total while Md. Liton Howlader of Bangladesh was a stroke back in fourth place. Siddikur mixed his card with eight birdies against five bogeys and despite his distant lead, he said there are kinks in his game which has to be straightened out. The Grameenphone Bangla-desh Masters is the curtain raiser for the 2011 Asian Development Tour. The top three players on the Order of Merit at the end of the season will earn their Asian Tour cards for 2012.