Adviser in a camp to promote golf for players with disabilities
Mr. Koyamada was invited to the camp, which was held in a golf course in Chiba Prefecture, Japan, between October 10 to 14. The aim of the camp was to help build global awareness of the promotion of golf as a Paralympic sport. The camp was also attended by a professional golfer and a former Paralympian (track and field and snowboarding in the Tokyo and Beijing Paralympic Games).
Recently, Mr. Koyamada has also been interviewed by various media, which he feels have a growing interest in para-athletes. He hopes increased media exposure will increase the number of people interested in golf for people with disabilities. He continues to support golf for players with disabilities and strives to get golf included as an official Paralympic sport at the Los Angeles Paralympic Games in 2028.