“This is the most important trophy in the world, and it’s been in my house since it came out in 1964,” said Eric Lombardi, who has owned golf courses in New Jersey and Pennsylvania since 1973.
“This trophy is the greatest thing that I’ve ever seen.”
It is the only one of its kind.
It’s worth $1.5 million and has been on display in a New York City museum since 1965.
It is considered by some to be the world’s most valuable trophy.
“It’s the only trophy in existence, and we have to have it,” Lombardi said.
“If we don’t, we’re screwed.
If we don, I don’t know what else we’ll do.”
The most popular golfer in the U.S. in 2016 was Phil Mickelson, who won his first Lombardi in 2010.
The winner is not a golfer, but he has been known to wear the trophy to practice.
The top-ranked golfer on Sunday was Rory McIlroy, who finished a perfect 7-under 63.
“I love this trophy.
I love the fact that it’s such a cool thing to be able to own, and I love how it’s represented in such a way,” he said.
Mickelsey and his partner in golf, Justin Rose, are the last remaining members of the Mickelseys family, who owned and operated the course in New York.
“We were in a position where we were going to close it down,” Mickelsson said.
He said he wanted to keep the golf course alive, but the trophy wasn’t going to be left in a barn.
“The trophy has been in the house since 1964, and that’s pretty much the longest time that I can remember the trophy having been in that house,” Mickellsson said, noting that it is now in a museum.
Mickellson is the youngest member of the team.
He was a freshman at Penn State when the Lombardi was first introduced.
“There’s a reason that we are in the trophy room in this museum.
It has a history that’s been around for over 60 years,” he explained.
The trophy was first offered as a gift to the United States by the late John Lombardi on Jan. 12, 1959, but it was not until June 10, 1964, that it was presented to the U to the President, who in turn presented it to President Lyndon Johnson, then the first president of the United State of America.
In 2015, the United Nations’ World Economic Forum named Lombardi the “World’s Most Valuable Prize” in sports, with a valuation of $7.6 billion.
The Lombardi trophy is part of the U, and there are several Lombardi trophies in the collection of the US government, including the “Gold Medal,” the “Diamond Medal,” and the “Iron Man Award,” among others.
In 2017, Lombardi and his wife, Judy, donated the trophy’s proceeds to the National Park Service to help preserve America’s national parks and forests.
“You have to remember the importance of this thing,” he told reporters after the donation was announced.
“They’ve always been there for us, and they’ve always done this for us.”