A leaderboard from the pro-am in 2018 doesn’t show Soerjosoemarno’s name, though his sons Jedidiah and Aboshalom both competed. All three played in 2017, and while no amateur pairings nor leaderboards were posted in 2016, Japto partnered up with pros in 2015, 2014, 2013 (shortly after the documentary came out), 2012, and as far back as 2005.

Soerjosoemarno is a self-professed “gangster” and an obviously wealthy man— as are most who regularly pay for pro-am entry, which costs $29,000, according to the Desert Sun. (It’s unclear whether that is the per-person rate or a group rate, though the general manager of a forthcoming PGA Tour event told Deadspin a three-person berth in his tournament’s pro-am would cost $35,000, and they sold out well in advance.) Either way, Soerjosoemarno has paid a ton of money over the years for the right to play with the pros, joining the ranks of celebrity participants like John Elway, Roger Clemens, and Dwight Eisenhower.

Deadspin reached out yesterday to two Desert Classic representatives about Soerjosoemarno’s long-running involvement with the tournament, and whether or not they knew he admitted to participating in the 1965-66 genocide. They did not reply. Deadspin also asked three PGA Tour reps if they would allow Soerjosoemarno to participate in future events, and whether or not they condemned the Indonesian massacres of 1965-66. They did not respond either.