Stephen Curry Just Played His First Professional Round Of Golf

Stephen Curry Just Played His First Professional Round Of Golf

Stephen Curry Just Played His First Professional Round Of Golf

Curry, a former most valuable player in the National Basketball Association, followed his opening-round four-over par 74 in the Web.com Tour's Ellie Mae Classic with a another 74 at the TPC Stonebrae in Hayward, Calif., 17 miles southwest of where he plies his trade, in the Oracle Arena, for the Golden State Warriors.

Curry began his round on the back nine, and he said that when his name was announced on the tee, "I could barely feel my hands; I had to try to take a deep breath".

"To keep it together after a shaky start was a proud moment", Curry said.

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Doubters of Curry can also bet against him to make the cut at -5000, but means they would have to bet $500 to win just $10 should their result come through. "I don't usually do that, but I felt for golf, it was cool to kind of hear the chatter that was going on". One of the biggest bargains in the National Basketball Association before, Curry was rewarded last month with a $201 million, five-year contract.

Steph Curry's first drive landed right in the cup (holder).

A bogey on the last was not the ideal way to end his day, but Curry was already looking ahead to Friday's second round.

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To be fair, Wheatcroft backed down and was full of praise for Curry.

Unfortunately for van der Walt, he'll be eating his words, and apparently his own golf bag, after Curry's 74. Among his highlights was his first birdie of the day, on the drivable par-4 14th hole.

Curry shot 74-74 and missed the cut at 8 over, generating a ton of positive buzz for the game, sparking fun debate and proving a lot of people wrong with his steady play. But even Jordan Spieth hits plenty of wayward shots. It was almost impossible for him to lose a ball.

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Curry's opening 74 was one shot better than one of his playing partners. Those with homes along the course gathered in groups on decks to catch a hole.

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