Join us for the greatest golf tournament in town!
The 2019 Colorado-Japan Charity Golf Tournament is happy to return to the magnificent Arrowhead Golf Club after four years.
Arrowhead is nestled in the striking flatirons of Roxborough Park and the foothill views are one-of-a-kind. Arrowhead is one of America’s most photographed golf courses. The accessible mountain property is surrounded by extreme elevation changes, dramatic vistas and thousands of feet of ancient red sandstone rocks. The 18-hole course features 6,682 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., Arrowhead opened in 1974.
All proceeds from this tournament support Japanese education programs in Colorado. These programs serve an important purpose in our community. The students who participate in these programs are ambassadors for the promotion of positive Japan - Colorado relations that JASC and JBAR strive to encourage.
In a world that is increasing global, every person, no matter their country of origin or area of expertise, is going to need the ability to communicate and collaborate with people different from themselves. JASC and JBAR work to provide opportunities in the community in which young people can perfect this skill.
Calling All Sponsors!
We’ve worked hard to create a sponsorship opportunity for every possible level - please sign up today! Your support is greatly appreciated - and you and your colleagues are sure to have a great day!
Driver ($2600) - Four Golfers - Corporate banner at the tournament - Logo on course sign, tables, programs, & projected displays All Driver Sponsors Receive promotion through: -JASC and JBAR newsletters (more than 1,500 distribution); -JASC website (3,000 visitors per month); -JASC social media (over 2,000 followers)
Lunch Box ($1800) - SOLD to Sumitomo Corporation of Americas; Two Golfers - Every golfer receives a ticket with this sponsor’s logo, good for one sandwich, cookie & drink -Logo on course sign, tables, programs, & projected displays
Drink Cart ($1600) - TWO Available; Two Golfers - Every golfer receives a ticket with this sponsor’s logo, good for one listed drink from the drink cart - Corporate sign on cart - Logo on course sign, tables, programs, & projected displays
Iron ($1500) - Two Golfers - Corporate banner at the tournament - Logo on course sign, tables, programs, & projected displays
Wedge ($1,000) - One Golfer plus additional guest for sushi banquet - Corporate banner at tournament - Logo on course sign, tables, programs, & projected
Contest Hole ($500) - Includes one golfer plus guest for sushi banquet - Logo on course sign, tables, programs, & projected displays
About the tournament hosts:
Japanese Business Association of the Rockies (JBAR), formerly Japanese Firms Association of Colorado (JFA), was established in 1981 as a nonprofit organization. Based in Denver-Colorado, our mission is to support the Japanese businesses and the Japanese community through activities ranging from networking, professional development to community giving. JBAR has social events such as golf tournaments, BBQ picnics, and a New Year’s party. The proceeds JBAR receives from the Colorado - Japan Charity golf tournament will be used to support the Japanese School of Denver (JSD), which JBAR founded and manages. There are 130 students studying at JSD today. JSD provides the highest quality Japanese education by highly trained teachers.
Founded in 1989, Japan America Society of Colorado works to expand people to people relationships between Colorado and Japan by serving as a bridge to connect via business, education and cultural opportunities.
JASC offers regular events for its members and for the general public, including business lectures, educational programs, cultural and networking opportunities.
The proceeds JASC receives from this tournament will be used to specifically support JASC’s educational programs including language classes, Japan Cup (a multi-state competition for students of Japanese language), and Japan in the Schools. In 2018 we were thrilled to pay out our first Rikkai Scholarship which helped a Colorado student study abroad in Japan for one year.