By Scott MacLeod, Flagstick Golf Magazine

Just like any professional athlete, you know Fredrik Jacobson house was probably littered with trophies throughout his youth. You know the ones…the player pose with (insert here) a bowling ball, baseball bat, or golf club in hand. Well, originally anyways, we all know that eventually the trophies start to look the same, especially after any item that tries to make them look different (the ball, bat, or golf club) gets snapped off and reduces them to anonymity.

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For myself I know I cherish a trophy actually made from a model of a BMW car earned at a Clublink event years back; my five year-old daughter loves to play with the moving parts. Awards like that just seem to stand the test of time, always holding a more special place in your home or office. So for Callaway Golf staffer Freddie Jacobson you can imagine his delight at a presentation by his equipment sponsor Tuesday morning at the Honda Classic in Florida. Outside the Callaway Tour Trailer Jacobson, an avid surfer, was presented with a unique gift to commemorate his 1st win on the PGA Tour, at The Travelers in Hartford last year.

It was, you guessed it, a surfboard. But not just any board. Read the entire article here

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