Warriors Star Stephen Curry Finishes Last At Web.com Golf Tour Event
It’s probably safe to say that Stephen Curry should probably stick to his day job.
On Friday, the Golden State Warriors star dropped 11 strokes to par on the first eight holes while shooting a 16-over 86 to finish last in the Web.com Tour’s Ellie Mae Classic. Curry was last among 154 finishers and an outrageous 33 strokes behind the leader Alex Prugh. He missed the cut by 13 strokes.
"That's how golf goes. One day, you have it. One day, you completely lose it and have no idea what you're doing.
"As always, it's an amazing opportunity. Tried to have as much fun as possible." pic.twitter.com/fGxog75QUT
— Web.com Tour (@WebDotComTour) August 11, 2018
“I couldn’t hit a driver to save my life today, so that’s how golf goes,” Curry said. ” One day you have it, or at least in the amateur world, one day you have it and one day you completely lose it and you have no idea what you’re doing over the top of the ball.”
Nevertheless, Curry, who is an avid golfer still enjoyed the experience.
“As always, it’s an amazing opportunity to be out here to test my game under the ultimate pressure, stressful situations,” Curry said. “Today was interesting all the way around. I knew sort of what I had to shoot [to make the cut]. I played the first holes OK and then the wheels fell off on the third hole.”
Now, it’s back to his day job for two-time League MVP.