Enjoy Jakarta renew relationship with Indonesia Open

08:43, June 09, 2010      

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Enjoy Jakarta will continue their exciting association with professional golf in the region by signing on as the presenting sponsor for Indonesia Open, which makes its debut on the OneAsia schedule next month.

The Indonesia Open presented by Enjoy Jakarta will be played at the Damai Indah Golf - Pantai Indah Kapuk Course from July 1 to 4 and boast prize money of one million U.S. dollars.

The tournament also breaks new ground on OneAsia's elite playing platform, which has more than doubled in size to 11 tournaments this year with a total of over 12 million dollars in prize money to be won.

It will be the fifth event on OneAsia's schedule - which ultimately seeks to provide leading players in the Asia-Pacific region with an alternative to the PGA Tour and the European Tour.

Thai star Thongchai Jaidee had his name engraved on the trophy last season after a two-stroke victory at Bali's New Kuta Golf & Ocean View Resort last year.

The Indonesia Open presented by Enjoy Jakarta is jointly promoted by World Sport Group and Global One. Both will draw on their vast experience in sponsorship, media and event management to ensure this year's tournament is one of the finest ever.



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