We are pleased to announce that the 19th North America – Europe Golf Challenge in Japan will be played on Friday 6 October, at the same venue as in previous years, the Atsugi Kokusai Country Club in Kanagawa Prefecture. Also this year the organizers are working hard to make the event a memorable one for all participants.
The registration for the event is still open! The 3,000 yen player registration fee is non-refundable and has to be paid within one week of your registration. The remaining participation fee is 22,500 yen and is to be paid directly to the Club after play. The total fee of 25,500 yen covers the green fee, caddie, lunch, beverages and buffet at the awards reception.
Note that bus transportation is free for the 40 first to sign-up for it.
To register, please go to the dedicated website:
The North-America – Europe Golf Challenge is a high-value sponsorship opportunity. If you want to promote your company, including having your logo on the tournament website with a link to your webpage, please sign-up as a sponsor. Sponsors who sign up now will get exposure on the tournament website until the site is refreshed for the 2024 tournament. Sponsors will be included in printed and branded materials, including posters, as well as at the award/prize reception after the play. Your contribution could be either money or goods/services. Sponsorship starts from 40,000 yen (100,000 yen in goods/services). For more details, see the website.
This golf tournament is a great chance and timing for many to reach out to new partners, as well as connecting with many new colleagues who have started in their positions during the past years. In the age of online and hybrid formats, we believe that being physically visible at events such as golf will have an even stronger impact than ever before.
To sponsor, please go to the dedicated website:
Surplus from the event, including most of the cash sponsorship, will be donated to charity along with the presently established charity fundraising activities.
If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Antti Kunnas of the Finnish Chamber (not BLCCJ!) through office@