Last month's NBA championship was kind of a big deal.
For those who are unfamiliar, the Cleveland Cavaliers brought home the title, marking the city's first major professional championship since the Browns won the NFL Championship in 1964.
The Larry O'Brien trophy has since been making appearances all around the state, and is on display at Firestone Country Club, hosting this week's WGC Bridgestone Invitational.
Fans are given a chance to take a picture with the trophy, on display Saturday and Sunday near the front gate, but are given strict instructions not to touch it. Jason Day, an avid Cavaliers fan, and his wife Ellie were among those who seized the opportunity.
“I just took a photo with the NBA Finals trophy, and it was great,” he said. “Ellie took a photo with me, and LeBron James didn’t come and tackle us, so that was a neat thing.”
Seeing championship trophies at golf tournaments is turning into a trend, with the Stanley Cup making an appearance at the U.S. Open a few weeks ago.
Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith was also caught at a golf course this week, trying out Dustin Johnson's driver.
Here's the full experience, thanks to PGA Tour on Twitter.