Enjoy Jakarta extends support to Indonesian Open
Indonesia - Government tourism portal, Enjoy Jakarta, has returned as the title sponsor of the Indonesian Open, following the partnership's success previously.
The US$1 million Enjoy Jakarta Indonesia Open is the inaugural event of OneAsia's season and this year it is jointly sanctioned with the Japan Golf Tour Organisation as part of a three-year relationship.
Enjoy Jakarta, has been the presenting sponsor for the past two years, but with the continued growth and success of the tournament , it has stepped up its involvement.
"We first became involved with the tournament in 2005 and we feel it is a natural progression to elevate to title sponsor. We have witnessed some memorable finishes to the Indonesia Open over the past few seasons and through this we have been able to achieve outstanding coverage," Ing H. Fauzi Bowo, Governor of Jakarta, said.
All OneAsia tournaments have been broadcasted on various television platforms including ESPN Star Sports across Asia, Korea's SBS television, One World Sports in the US, and SuperSport in Africa.
The Enjoy Jakarta Indonesia Open set to take place at Emeralda Golf and Country Club from March 22 to 25 is one of 14 tournaments on the OneAsia circuit this year, with an overall spend of US$16 million.
Apart from Indonesia, the suite of elite tournaments includes four other national Opens - Australia, China, Korea and Thailand.
The event will be jointly promoted by World Sport Group and Global One, both having strong experience in sponsorship, media and event management.
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