2020: Jeremy's inaugural outing was the COVID Cup. He had so much fun, he reluctantly has decided to come back for the real deal in 2021.
2021: Jeremy's 2nd year was his first official Ryder Cup. He was paired with his brother, Nick on the first scramble, against the formidable Cobra Kai team of Poet and Bandit. Nerves were at play and they found themselves down 4 at the turn. They were never able to battle back and lost 5&3. Saturday morning Jeremy was paired with Jason, once again up against the Bandit. Unfortunately for the bandit he was paired with the lessor Cobra Kai captain. Through 9, Jeremy and Jason were up 2. They held on through the back 9 being only 2 of 7 Lombardo teams to win the morning and won 4&2. Jeremy's first 1v1 was against the loud and obnoxious Rick. Jeremy lost 4 of the first 6 holes, but was able to dig himself out a bit, being down 1 at the turn. The back 9 was all in Rick's favor, losing on the 14th hole with a 5&4 result.
2022: Jeremy was unfortunately paired with Jason in the opening match and was crushed as Brad decided he was going to show up and play decent this year. He was able to join the Lombardo captain in the Saturday morning scramble round where Ken and Casey were never able to get off the tee beyone 100yards. It was an easy match. The 1v1 match against Luke started out as a close match, with Luke being up 1 thru the turn. Luke won holes 10-12 and never looked back taking Jeremy down 4&3. With Luke and Mel not returning in 2023, Jeremy will have a new outlook and has hopes for a MVP award this year.
Jeremy is well known for not only smashing Limon cello in his pool, but also for smashing drives with John Daly as his local country club in Nashville. He brings a great golf game to Team Lombardo and should not be overlooked. You’ll recognize him on the course with his “Loudmouth” attire.
Ryder Cup Highlight
Highlights to come!
Jeremy and Team Lombardo Captain Nathan Lietke were known as the best lemonade churning team in the Midwest at Hot Dog on A Stick in the late 1990’s